Morocco and Spain have reached a new border system, the Spanish news agency EFE reported.
The Government delegate in occupied Ceuta, Salvadora Mateos, announced the decision after meeting Monday with the Minister of State for Security, Rafael Pérez Ruiz, to discuss the situation on the Ceuta border.
It is expected that in the coming days a new entry and exit control system will be launched at the Trajal border, which separates occupied Ceuta from the rest of Moroccan territory, according to agency.
It should be noted that the reopening of the borders of the Trajal pass between occupied Ceuta and Morocco resumed last May, after a serious diplomatic crisis between the two countries, after the separatist leader Ibrahim Ghali entered Spain with forged documents. The crisis ended after the support of the neighbor to the north of the Moroccan Sahara.