Robert Mærsk Uggla, CEO of A.P. Moller Holding, is far from pleased with the way the EU is acting in the case concerning the 27 people who lived on ship Maersk Etienne for 38 days after being rescued at sea.
This is clear from a tweet posted by the CEO after the 27 migrants on Friday were transferred to an NGO ship.
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