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A group of 200 Moroccans repatriated from Melilla on Sunday

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A group of 200 Moroccans, stranded in Melilla since the start of the pandemic, was able to return home Sunday, as part a repatriation operation jointly organized by the Moroccan and Spanish authorities.

According to Spanish news agencies, the total number of Moroccans repatriated from Melilla in the past five days has reached 600.

The Government delegate in Melilla Sabrina Moh accompanied the Regional Chief of Operation of the National Police Jos Gamez throughout the repatriation operation, which took place at 10 am on Sunday.

According to the same source a new repatriation operation is expected to take place on Tuesday to bring another group of Moroccans home. In addition to the one organized Sunday, two repatriation operations took place on September 30 and October 2

Moroccans stranded in Ceuta have also been able to benefit from a series of repatriation operations during the same week.

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