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Descriere: epa09131033 A Turkish health worker measures the blood pressure of a rescued migrant, who was allegedly pushed back from the Greece side, after she arrived the Ayvalik district in Balikesir, Turkey, 10 April 2021 (issued 12 April 2021). The Greek island of Lesbos hosts one of the hotspots, an initial reception centers for migrants in European Union. Turkish authorities told epa/Efe that in 2020 around 45 percent of migrants rescued in the Aegean Sea had been pushed back from Greek territory. Most common cases involve migrant vessels being stopped by a Greek patrol when entering Greek waters, but the Turkish coastguard says it has heard lots of migrants describing 'delayed pushback,' when people are returned to the sea days after they reached Lesbos. According to Turkish officials, in this case, a Greek patrol carries the detained migrants to the limit of Greek territorial waters before putting them in a life raft and alerting Ankara. Since the beginning of 2021, Turkey has rescued around 2,700 migrants in the Aegean Sea, and some 1,900 migrants from a pushback. The Norwegian NGO Aegean Boat Report claims, some 558 people have been abandoned on 35 life rafts at sea so far in 2021. Some such incidents have ended with fatalities, the organizations claimed. EPA/ERDEM SAHIN ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET
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ID fotografie: 14557196
Autor: ERDEM SAHIN
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Locatie: BALIKESIR - TURKEY
Dimensiune: 5432 x 3648 px
Realizat: 2021-04-10
Introdus: 2021-04-12 18:19:04
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