More than 2,500 sub-Saharans try to reach Spain through Melilla | News

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Around 2,500 migrants of sub-Saharan origin are trying to cross the Spanish border with Morocco this Wednesday over the fence in Melilla, according to information from the Government Delegation in Melilla.


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Around 09:00 local time, the alarms were triggered in the vicinity of the Beni Enzar border, due to the deployment of migrants, who have managed to cross through the area between Farhana and Barrio Chino, where police forces remain.

Of the total number of migrants who participated in the event, considered the largest in history, almost 500 managed to enter Spanish territory in the direction of the Temporary Immigrant Stay Center.

In this regard, the delegate of the Government of Spain, Sabrina Moh stated that: "Since I have been in the Government Delegation there has not been such a large jump attempt".

However, the Unified Association of Civil Guards of Melilla noted that: “it was not only the most numerous jump attempt, but also the most aggressive. We have been stoned and fought hand-to-hand. It is also the attempt to jump in which the most returns at the border have been made by far."

The Government Delegation in Melilla reported that: "the great violence used by the migrants, who were equipped with hooks, sticks and screws on their shoes and who have dedicated themselves to throwing stones, has meant that they overwhelmed the Moroccan security forces who tried to prevent their arrival at the fence".

In this sense, 27 members of the Civil Guard and the National Police Corps have received attention due to the presence of minor injuries. Similarly, 20 sub-Saharans were treated at the Regional Hospital.

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