Melilla has registered this Tuesday the irregular entrance of 57 migrants of sub-Saharan origin that were part of a group of 150 people who have starred at the first day an organized avalanche on the double fence that separates the Spanish city of Morocco.
According to Europe Press has informed an EC spokesman for the delegation of the Government, "on 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, a group of more than 150 sub-Saharan migrants have tried to access Melilla by the vicinity of Chinatown."
The aforementioned source has highlighted that, "Despite the anti-intrusion device of the Civil Guard and the active collaboration of Moroccan security forces, 57 migrants have managed to access our city" while about a hundred has been rejected in the Floors
The entry of this Tuesday is part of the migratory pressure that Suffers Melilla this summer and that has been raised with several irregular group accesses numerous of migrants, the most important one of July 22 when at 6.50 hours they managed to pass 238 People, of the more than 300 who tried, with a balance of 17 migrants and three wounded civil guards.
After this great leap, except for two small groups of seven and three sub-Saharians who managed to access Melilla, in the last three weeks Morocco has aborted up to four attempts at entrance, in which no person could have passed even though the groups ranged Between 50 and more than 200 migrants.
The first reception area of the CETI is in confinement since the end of July after the positives by Covid-19 among the new migrants have risen to more than 170, a quarantine who has been extended another 14 more days.Updated Date: 17 August 2021, 04:50