Stranded migrants from Maersk Etienne come ashore in Sicily

An NGO vessel has received permission to call in port city Pozzallo with the 27 migrants, who were stranded on tanker Maersk Etienne for more than a month.


Friday evening, the 27 stranded migrants were transferred from tanker Maersk Etienne to NGO vessel Marie Jonio.

And Sunday, the last 25 migrants aboard the NGO ship were set ashore, informs the NGO Mediterranea Saving Humans on Twitter. This is the NGO that came to the aid of the stranded migrants.

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