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Italy must provide migrants to Sea-Watch 3

Since several days, the rescue ship "Sea-Watch 3" off the coast of Sicily - is not allowed to create it. The ECtHR has ordered that Italy must provide the mig

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Italy must provide migrants to Sea-Watch 3

Since several days, the rescue ship "Sea-Watch 3" off the coast of Sicily - is not allowed to create it. The ECtHR has ordered that Italy must provide the migrants.

Italy needs to leave the migrants on the blocked rescue vessel "Sea Watch 3" as soon as possible medical support, food and drinks. The European court of human rights (ECtHR) ordered.

The helpers on the ship of the German aid organization, the Sea-Watch had recorded ten days ago 47 migrants from Libya. The ship stays currently in front of the Sicilian coast, because it is not allowed to invest in Italy.

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leave As the Strasbourg court said, had provided, among other things, the captain of the migrants on Board applications on a so-called provisional measure. According to this method, the court can be threatened in cases of violations of human rights to intervene and States to instruct, to remedy the situation.

The applicants complained that they were detained without a legal basis to Board and that the migrants were suffering from health problems. Actually, they had demanded that the migrants be allowed to leave the boat - which the court did not now.

"Sea-Watch 3" under the Dutch flag

Italy's interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, had stressed in the afternoon, the Rescued could go to Italy only to Land, if they were then absorbed by Germany, or the Netherlands. The "Sea-Watch 3" sails under the Dutch flag. The Italian government had not previously notified that the "Sea-Watch" driven to the reception of migrants in Tunisia as the nearest "safe haven", but a hundreds-miles-long journey in the direction of Italy have completed.

in Italy as a member state of the Council of Europe has to the arrangement of Strasbourg. The government was committed to the court regularly about the situation on the ship.

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