Spain to invest $35 million in initial costs of migrant influx

Members of the UME, a Spanish military emergency unit, unload a truck-mounted crane for the preparations of the new Center for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE) at the port of Algeciras in San Roque, southern Spain, July 30, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain aims to invest 30 million euros ($35.1 million) in an emergency plan to manage its new status as the main destination for seaborne migration from Africa, the government said. During two months in office, Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has asserted his liberal credentials by offering to receive hundreds of migrants […]

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