Migrant ship carrying greater than 900 folks docks in Sicily (News)


June 13 () — An Italian coast guard ship carrying greater than 900 Libyan migrants docked in Sicily Wednesday, simply barely after the Rome authorities rejected entry to a boatload of others.

The vessel Diciotti had picked up migrants off the coast of Libya and was allowed at Sicily as a result of it was an Italian ship on a authorities mission.

At the least 937 migrants made it to Sicily, together with the our bodies of a lady and a teenage boy who died making an attempt to cross the Mediterranean Sea. Greater than 200 on board have been minors.

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This week, Italian and Maltese officers denied entry for the Aquarius, a ship carrying greater than 600 Libyan migrants. Spain lastly granted the boat permission to dock in Valencia.

Italian Inside Minister Matteo Salvini opposed taking within the refugees and stated Malta ought to settle for them. Salvini’s refusal drew heavy criticism from French President Emmanuel Macron.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte hit again, calling Macron’s stance on migrants “hypocritical.”

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“I am glad the French have found accountability. If they need, we’ll assist them. Allow them to open their ports and we’ll switch just a few of the folks to France,” Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio stated.

Italy recalled its French ambassador after Macron’s feedback. In a speech Wednesday, Salvini demanded an apology from the French chief — difficult Paris to absorb migrants it promised to usher in underneath a European Union settlement.

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The Aquarius stays at sea south of Sicily, and can land in Valencia round Saturday, Medical doctors With out Borders stated.


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