The security forces of Spain and Morocco have avoided this Friday the mass entry to Melilla from a group formed by 400 migrants "despite the violence used" by these people in their attempt to jump the double fence that separates the Spanish city of the kingdom Alauí.
According to a spokesman for the government delegation in Melilla, Melilla has suffered this early morning "high pressure on the border perimeter", having detected an approach, on 4:15 p.m., of a very large group, about 400 sub-Saharian
Migrants, organized, have been divided into three groups "to assault at the same time the fenced by different points in the northern area," said the aforementioned source. However, he has highlighted that "the anti-intrusion device coordinated by the Civil Guard, as well as the collaboration of the Morocco security forces has frustrated the entry," also preventing the successive approaches, so it has not occurred No irregular entry into the city.
The last entry of migrants occurred on Tuesday, September 21. A total of ten migrants managed to access Melilla when they were part of a group of 50 people who starred an avalanche on the wire offering the Spanish city of Morocco.
As has happened this Friday, that day the troops of the anti-intrusion device of the Civil Guard and the collaboration of the Morocco security forces prevented the access of most of them, "to finally enter our city ten migrants."
These avalanches are part of the migratory pressure that Melilla has endured throughout the summer. Last week, for example, the security forces of Spain and Morocco prevented several attempts from jumping to the melilla fence of groups of up to a hundred migrants. Before, on Saturday, August 28, the security forces of Spain and Morocco prevented the early hours of the irregular entry of 350 sub-Saharan migrants to Melilla by the Border of Beni-Enzar, on Sunday, September 5, four years ago by the North area and on Monday 6 three for the Feed of Aguadú.Updated Date: 24 September 2021, 08:16