Migrants left the vessel which rescued them “after negotiations”

Platform supply vessel VOS Theia rescued 110 migrants of Algerian origin from sinking boat on July 26 13 off the coast of Libya. They were taken to Tripoli, Libya, and – attention – “were successfully disembarked after a series of negotiations”, wrote Gibraltar Chronicle. It means in a language of real life, that the migrants refused to be disembarked in Tripoli. Were they threatened to leave the vessel peacefully, or were they taken ashore by force, is unknown. Was there any danger to crew or vessel, is also unknown.

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