Spain installs a new control system at Septa

By Mohammed Elkhori on Monday, September 12, 2022

The Spanish government announced yesterday, Monday, September 12, that SEPTA has agreed to set up a new entry and exit control system at the border, which will begin in the coming days.

Spain installs a new control system at Septa
Salvadora Mateos, the government representative, formalized this approach after meeting yesterday Monday with Defense Secretary Rafael Perez Ruiz to discuss the situation at the SEPTA border and the work to be done. The Secretary of State confirmed to a representative of the occupied Moroccan city that the implementation of the automated entry and exit system, known as the EES/Entry/Exit System, will take place in the coming days.

The aim of these measures is to increase the efficiency and security of border controls, by automating the processes of checking passengers, to prevent the crossing of persons who do not meet the entry conditions or who violate residence permits, and to better combat identity theft. and fraudulent use of travel documents.

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