Government authorities in Senegal welcomed Spain’s financial minister, Arancha González Laya who visited Senegal’s President in the early hours of Sunday. This is a diplomatic move by both parties.
González Laya met with Senegalese President Macky Sall to talk about relocation and outskirt collaboration between Spain, the European Union and Senegal.
The nation has become a significant purpose of transient takeoffs despite the fact that it is around 950 miles (1,500 kilometers) away.
In excess of 18,000 individuals escaping destitution, viciousness or different conditions at home have shown up in the islands this year, a 1,000% expansion from a similar period in 2019, and more than 500 have passed on in the endeavor.
This is a welcome development for the citizens of both Spain and Senegal especially when either part is their respective country, this would also provide peace and unity between Spain and Senegal.