Watched Moroccan security is chasing young men to prevent them from crossing to Ceuta with the aim of emigrating to Europe

watched Moroccan security is chasing young men to prevent them from crossing to Ceuta with the aim of emigrating to Europe The Moroccan authorities prevented, late on Friday/Saturday night, a number of young people wishing to immigrate from going to the city of Ceuta, which is affiliated to the Spanish administration.  Late Friday/Saturday, the Moroccan authorities prevented a number of young people wishing to immigrate from heading to the city of Ceuta (belonging to the Spanish administration), in order to immigrate to Europe.  Several videos broadcast by Moroccan activists on social media showed the security forces chasing the city of Fnideq in northern Morocco for a number of young people and adolescents wishing to migrate irregularly to Ceuta.  According to local Moroccan media, the Moroccan security forces prevented these young men from entering Ceuta.  A video clip broadcast by local pages shows the alertness of the Spanish security forces at the entrance to the city of Ceuta.  The city of Fnideq is a destination for many irregular migrants, who dream of crossing its way to Ceuta, whether by swimming or on foot, as a first step towards Europe.  The cities of Ceuta and Melilla are located in the far north of Morocco, and are under the Spanish administration, and Rabat considers them "occupied outposts" on the part of Spain, which surrounded them with a barbed wire fence of about 6 kilometers in length.  In early November, the Moroccan authorities announced that they had thwarted more than 42,000 illegal immigration attempts, and had dismantled more than 156 criminal networks active in emigration, since the beginning of 2021.  This was stated in a report by the Ministry of the Interior, which did not clarify the nationalities of those whose attempts to emigrate were foiled by the authorities, nor the identity of the members of the networks that were dismantled.

Watched Moroccan security is chasing young men to prevent them from crossing to Ceuta with the aim of emigrating to Europe


The Moroccan authorities prevented, late on Friday/Saturday night, a number of young people wishing to immigrate from going to the city of Ceuta, which is affiliated to the Spanish administration.

Late Friday/Saturday, the Moroccan authorities prevented a number of young people wishing to immigrate from heading to the city of Ceuta (belonging to the Spanish administration), in order to immigrate to Europe.

Several videos broadcast by Moroccan activists on social media showed the security forces chasing the city of Fnideq in northern Morocco for a number of young people and adolescents wishing to migrate irregularly to Ceuta.

According to local Moroccan media, the Moroccan security forces prevented these young men from entering Ceuta.

A video clip broadcast by local pages shows the alertness of the Spanish security forces at the entrance to the city of Ceuta.

The city of Fnideq is a destination for many irregular migrants, who dream of crossing its way to Ceuta, whether by swimming or on foot, as a first step towards Europe.

The cities of Ceuta and Melilla are located in the far north of Morocco, and are under the Spanish administration, and Rabat considers them "occupied outposts" on the part of Spain, which surrounded them with a barbed wire fence of about 6 kilometers in length.

In early November, the Moroccan authorities announced that they had thwarted more than 42,000 illegal immigration attempts, and had dismantled more than 156 criminal networks active in emigration, since the beginning of 2021.

This was stated in a report by the Ministry of the Interior, which did not clarify the nationalities of those whose attempts to emigrate were foiled by the authorities, nor the identity of the members of the networks that were dismantled.
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