The Danish authorities closely examined the possibility of providing support to Tunisia, which in turn was to act as a destination for 27 distressed migrants rescued by tanker vessel Maersk Etienne in early August, reveals a right of access to documents obtained by ShippingWatch from the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Danish authorities were working on "a catalog of support options for Tunisia – areas of possible support and strategic cooperation" in connection with a meeting with Tunisia's Minister of Foreign Affairs in September.
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