The Government considers the episode of massive entry into Ceuta of people from Morocco that it considers an "assault" on the Spanish border to be over. "It is not a migratory crisis, it is a situation in which we think that everything has to return to its place. We have to return to be respected in our foreign policy," summed up the first vice president, Carmen Calvo this Friday. Once normality is restored, the challenge for Pedro Sánchez is to rebuild diplomatic relations with the neighboring country, which have been affected for months. However, in the Executive they are optimistic and consider that Spain is in a situation of strength before the unanimous response of the EU while diplomatic sources warn that the festering "goes for a long time."
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