Some sub-Saharan Africans have been injured and at the moment it is unknown if there are injuries among the agents
Melilla has registered in the early hours of this Thursday the entry of more than 200 migrants of sub-Saharan origin, among them there are some injured.
At this time it is unknown if there are also injuries among the State Security Forces and Bodies (FCSE), pending official data.
Equipped with hooks and running, except for some people who were walking with a limp and helped by other compatriots, around 07.00 hours they have crossed the roof that goes from the Chinatown area to the Center for the Temporary Stay of Immigrants (CETI).
Shouting ‘bossa, bossa’ (victory, victory) and showing the hooks in their hands with which they help each other to climb the double fence of six meters high each, these people have shown their satisfaction for having accessed Spanish soil , after months of waiting in the nearby forests of Morocco.
This is the third large jump that has been registered in the last ten days, after those that occurred on July 12, with the access of 119 migrants, and on July 14, with twenty, actions in which both the Delegation of the The government in Melilla, as well as the professional associations of the Civil Guard and unions of the National Police, denounced the “violence used” by the assailants, when facing the police devices that try to stop their entrances provided with iron bars, sticks, stones and hooks. , among other objects. The Delegation then reported seven injured Civil Guards, five on July 12 and two on July 14.
The jump in the morning of this Thursday, which could exceed 200 people, takes place in full celebration of the great Islamic Passover, Aid el Kebir, which began this Wednesday, July 21 and whose celebrations usually last three days, festive dates that They tend to choose migrants thinking of a possible less police presence, both in Morocco and in Melilla.
All the migrants who have managed to access Spanish soil will pass the quarantine, in the dependencies that have been enabled for this in the CETI itself, in case they were affected by Covid-19.