The president of the Junta de Andalucía has traveled to Morocco to discuss various issues, including the management of unaccompanied foreign minors, popularly known as ores, after the VOX initiative. The objective is focused on the management of these minors in order to be identified and repatriated by the Government. The number of unaccompanied minors present in the autonomous community amounts to more than € 9,000 in what is already a significant regional expenditure.
📰 The Andalusian Board reaches an agreement with Morocco to repatriate all the MENAS that are identified, an initiative promoted by VOX.
One more achievement! Proud of the work of our parliamentary group in # AndalucíaPorEspaña 💪🏻🇪🇸
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The objective set by both governments is focused on greater control on both sides of the strait, which should be reinforced in terms of surveillance, as it is one of the most significant points in the migration phenomenon in Europe.
The Moroccan government has been favorable to a bilateral cooperation with Spain and, although this collaboration could help to give some stability to the situation, since 3 out of 4 menas come from Morocco, there is still an actor that will have to be followed fighting: NGOs.