Gegli news - Aquarius marine rescue vessel stops the Mediterranean Sea patrols - 12/9/2018 6:59:36 PM 6:59:36 PM
"The waterfall means more deaths in the sea, and more harmless mortality is unconscious."
London - Aquarius was the latest search and rescue ship that is on the world's deadly migration route and will store nearly 30,000 people from the Mediterranean by 2016.
On Friday, the charity that manages the ship announced that it had to end its work and that European governments had "smear campaigns" and "maneuvers" to undermine international law Criticized.
Nelke Manders said: "It's a dark day, General Director of the Médecins Sans Frontiers, who is also known as Doctors Without Borders." Closure means more deaths in the sea, and more harmful mortality that is unconscious Is."
While the level of immigration is rising around the world, it is more dangerous than the Mediterranean Sea than the conflict in the Middle East and Africa or the search for a better life in Europe.
More than 2,100 people have lost their lives this year, the vast majority of Libya.
The Aquarius, jointly run by MSF and SOS Méditerranée, was the last human ship to save people on a trip.
Other ships have been arrested by Italian and Maltese authorities and are helping illegal immigrants not properly registered.
Recently, Aquarius has recently been charged with the illegal disposal of potentially hazardous medical waste and doubled its registration, which MSF has used to "use tactics used in some of the world's most oppressive nations."
The group has said that several governments have been blamed, but Italy, which is Italian, says that the hard-line nationalist secretary, Mateo Salvini, says other countries must accept a larger share of immigrants.
Salvini claims that rescue ships like the waterfall encourage more immigrants to reach the sea. He repeatedly closed the Italian ports to the aquarium, and forced it for a few days while migrating to find ports in other countries.
In addition, the EU has stepped up cooperation with the Libyan coast guard to eliminate those who are trying to leave, a policy that criticizes the United Nations as "inhumane". MSF said they would return them to "arbitrary arrests, violence, and unsafe conditions" to return them to Libya.
The Italian ISPI Research Center in October warned that port closures actually increased the number of casualties at sea. In the past two months, Aquarius remains in the port of Marseille.
"This is the result of an ongoing campaign run by the Italian government and supported by European countries to impose licit and malicious aid organizations on vulnerable people," MSF said.
Myers added: "Europe not only can not provide search and rescue capabilities, but also seriously undermined the efforts of others to save lives."