Spain will completely assist investigations into migrant deaths.

23 migrants died in mass attempt to enter Spains Melilla enclave on Friday . Around 2,000 migrants attempted to cross the fence from Morocco into Melilla .

Madrid would work closely with the Spanish and Moroccan authorities to solve the mystery of the deaths of 23 migrants during a mass attempt to enter Spain's Melilla enclave, according to Pedro Sanchez.The Spanish leaders' remarks came a day after the United Nations condemned authorities on the Moroccan-Spain border for using excessive force, branding it as barbaric.Around 2,000 migrants, mostly from sub-Saharan Africa, attempted to cross the fence from Morocco into Melilla, one of Spain's two tiny North African enclaves at dawn on Friday.Sanchez told Cadena Ser radio that I regret the loss of human life and I feel sympathy with the families of the refugees who died, and that his government will work with detectives to figure out what happened.

We have to put these agencies to the test, and I promise the governments to be fully involved in their attempts to determine what happened, he said.According to Moroccan officials, some of the victims fell while scrambling across the fence, causing an initial death toll of 18 but later raising it to 23 after another five migrants were killed in the process.Neither the incident's name was known, but Spanish media showed footage of people on the ground, some with bloodied hands and torn clothing.The death toll was the highest recorded in years of migrants' attempts to cross into Spains Ceuta and Melilla enclaves, which share the EU's only land borders with Africa, making them a magnet for those trying to flee poverty and hunger.

The Spanish public prosecutor opened its own investigation on Tuesday to find out what happened, citing the nature and intensity of the incident.Excessive force-The United Nations reacted an amazingly vehement tone to the violence, hitting the border guards with images of the abuse.On Tuesday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterress spokeswoman Stephane Dujarric said that the authorities used excessive force, which must be investigated because it is inacceptable.On the go, people have human rights, and those rights must be respected, and many are being disrespected all too often.

Sanchez chastised human trafficking mafias on Friday and defended the border police's tactics, saying the assault was well-managed by the security forces of Spain and Morocco.Sanchez said that he was unaware of the attacks and pictures of the victims when he first defended the security forces' conduct.On Wednesday, he voiced his displeasure with the border security agents, assigning a figure of 40 wounded Spanish police and 100 on the Moroccan side.I also ask that we put ourselves in the shoes of the wounded police and security forces in Morocco and Ceuta and Melilla, who have the right to an orderly flow of migrants and not be at the mercy of violent attacks, he said.