The land borders of the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla have reopened after 26 months of closure.
Controls were put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic as well as a diplomatic crisis between Spain and Morrocco last year, which was finally resolved earlier this year.
Currently only one border post in each enclave is open, with strict controls remaining in place for people wishing to cross between Morroccan and Spanish territory.
Last week the Foreign Affairs minister – José Manuel Albares – announced that frontier would reopen in the coming days.
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