The rescue of ships of two German aid organisations persevere with rescued migrants on Board off the coast of Malta without views of a port. “Overall, the situation on Board is meanwhile very tense,” said Ruben Neugebauer, spokesman for the organization’s Sea Watch.
“The country is at your fingertips, nevertheless, the European Union has taken 49 people in two weeks in captivity.” Sea-Watch had saved 32 people just before Christmas. Since you are on the ship. On Friday, the Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio stated that Italy was ready, children and their mothers from the ships “Sea-Watch 3” and “Professor Albrecht Penck” of the Regensburger organization Sea-Eye. His invitation to Malta, to let the people go, went, however.
“The government of Malta recommends that the Italian Vice-Prime Minister checks the facts before he makes such public statements,” it said in a statement from Valletta. Italy was to blame for the fact that the rescue ships took refuge in Malta had sought of waters, as the country had you not assigned to the port.
The SPD, the Bundestag, Helge Lindh said during his visit to the “Sea-Watch 3” on Friday: “It is extremely urgent, not eventually, but immediately traded that these people get a recording, either in several European countries in Germany.” Several German cities had declared themselves ready to migrants from the ships.