Politicians cast doubts on final destination for migrants on tanker vessel

Opposing assessments make several politicians bring Malta into play as a possible destination for the 27 migrants stranded on board Maersk Etienne. The Danish government says the migrants should go to Tunisia.

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The 27 migrants stranded on board vessel Maersk Etienne do not look set to be able to go ashore anytime soon.

Since the Maersk Tankers vessel picked them up more than a month ago, several countries have been trying to decide who is in effect responsible for the stranded people.

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