Today, 3,000 Moroccan migrants swam and used inflatable boats to the excursions of Ceuta, Spain.
The maximum number of daily immigrants arriving on North African territory came after Morocco opened its border in the wake of a diplomatic line.
At least one-third of the people who made it were children, according to Spanish officials.
The video showed people climbing the rock walls of the breakwater and running across Tarahar Beach at the southeastern tip of the city.
A variety of other people, including young men and toddlers who drowned in attempts to cross, were rescued suffering from hypothermia.
“They arrived in Ceuta’s swim and included about 1,000 minors,” said a local government spokesman.
Currently, about 2000 migrants are in a warehouse designed to accommodate about 200, but other migrants have disappeared into the city. El País reports.
“We are overwhelmed,” a city source told the paper.
Spain’s interior ministry said it would increase its security presence in the region, and the two countries recently agreed to return those who illegally invaded Ceuta.
The influx followed a deterioration in relations between Spain and Morocco over Madrid’s decision to allow leaders of radical groups fighting for independence to receive treatment in hospitals.
It was revealed that Polisario Front leader Brahimgari arrived in northern Spain in mid-April and was being treated at a Covid-19 hospital.
The Polisario Front has long fought for independence from Morocco in the Western Sahara region.
Ceuta and nearby Melilla are seen as a stepping stone to Europe for African immigrants.
Every year, hundreds of people run the risk of injury or death by jumping over fences, hiding in cars and swimming around breakwaters in the Mediterranean Sea.
A huge number of people who made intersections in just one day burdened 84,000 city police and paramedics.
This figure is almost three times the total number of arrivals so far this year in the two regions of Spain, more than in 2020, when 2,228 people arrived both by land and sea.
Ceuta and Melilla are the only European Union borders with Africa and are popular gateways for immigrants seeking a better life in Europe.
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Last year a 17 year old girl It’s been found When she tried to smuggle into Spain, she curled up at the position of the foetation behind the car glove compartment.
She was about to cross Melilla, a Spanish outpost on the north coast of Morocco.
Border police further searched with a special machine to detect the heartbeat coming from behind the dashboard.
If Morocco is left unprotected by diplomatic lines, about 3,000 migrants will swim to the Spanish excavation Ceuta in a single day.
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