Uggla criticizes authorities in migrant case: "Deeply concerning"

Maersk heir and CEO of A.P. Møller Holding Robert Mærsk Uggla criticizes authorities' efforts after 27 migrants have been stranded on the deck of a Maersk Tankers vessel for four weeks.

Photo: Gregers Tycho

The case regarding 27 stranded migrants aboard Maersk Tankers vessel Maersk Eitienne has now led Robert Mærsk Uggla to voice criticism of authorities' efforts to bring the migrants ashore.

In a LinkedIn post, Uggla calls it "deeply concerning" that authorities have yet to find a solution to bring the migrants safely ashore.

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