Fifteen immigrants jump Melilla's fence in the first attempt at the coordinated entry from the crisis with Morocco

A thirty immigrants of Maghrebi origin have starred on Saturday an attempt to jump from the double fence of Melilla. Fifteen of them have managed to access th

Fifteen immigrants jump Melilla's fence in the first attempt at the coordinated entry from the crisis with Morocco

A thirty immigrants of Maghrebi origin have starred on Saturday an attempt to jump from the double fence of Melilla. Fifteen of them have managed to access the autonomous city in which it supposes the first coordinated entry that is recorded since the crisis with Morocco of May 2021, when thousands of people were introduced in Ceuta and Melilla irregularly.

According to Europe Press has informed a spokesman for the government delegation, "over 10.00 a group of about 30 Maghrebies, helped by stairs, have tried to access Melilla by the passage of the Chinatown".

The Government spokesman has added that, "despite the rapid actuation of the Civil Guard and the collaboration of Moroccan forces, 15 of them have managed to access Melilla."

The event is the first that occurs from these characteristics from the May migratory crisis, following the access of more than 10,000 Moroccans to Ceuta on May 17 and 18 and hundreds on subsequent days in Melilla.

Updated Date: 27 November 2021, 15:05

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