"We got a letter from Luigi de Magistris, mayor of Naples. We are deeply moved and pleased to see that European solidarity still means anything, they are not for the ministers of the Interior, or for the mayors and people of a growing movement of solidarity cities", tweette Sea Watch International.Read also Migrants hide themselves in the cut-out mattresses, dashboards, motors and bumpers: welcome to Melilla
In his letter thanked the mayor, an ngo, for her show of humanity and love. "The concern for the condition of the people you saved at sea, urged me to, in the name of the whole city of Naples, you have to ask price to convert the direction of our city, with the assurance that you welcome and feel at our port," said the mayor. the
He added that in the event that the Italian government prevented the ship the port can enter, there are 20 ships waiting at the Sea-Watch 3 to reach the people safely to land.