- Posted by Amy Mek
- On September 4, 2019
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- Alboran, Armona, Guardamar Caliope, Malaga, Salvamar Spica, Spain
Spanish NGO boat brings 132 more illegals into Spain. This is the first of three vessels carrying illegal migrants that will be arriving at the Port of Malaga. NGO Ships in the Mediterranean are masquerading as doing humanitarian work. Often their human cargo are actually very dangerous people, with values and ambitions that are in staunch opposition to Western values and laws.
After the maritime rescue ship Guardamar Caliope rescued 65 people from a launch vessel about six nautical miles southwest of the island of Alboran, and the Salvamar Spica came to the rescue of another raft located some miles more to the north, the first of these vessels arrived at the port of Malaga with 132 people on board.
A spokesperson for Sasemar stated that the fishing boat, Molina Hernandez, communicated the sighting of a vessel being intercepted by the rescue ship Maritimo Guardamar Caliope, whose crew picked up 65 people, among them three women and three minors.
At the same time, while this ship remained in the area, the Salvamar Spica rescued another raft located by the merchant vessel Atlantis Armona several miles further to the north of the island of Alboran.”
Hat Tip to Gary Fouse for his translation