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Rescue boats: Germany wants a European solution

ships, The location of two of Germany's Rescue from Malta. So far, it is unclear where the 49 migrants are allowed to come. The government hopes to continue on for a European solution.

The Federal government is for the reception of the German aid organisations in the Mediterranean rescued migrants ready - however, in the context of a "broad European distribution solution". The spokesman said Federal interior Ministry.

Currently, 49 out of the Mediterranean sea rescued migrants remain on the two German ships, the "Sea-Watch 3" and "Professor Albrecht Penck". The ships lies off the coast of Malta. "Overall, the situation on Board is meanwhile very tense," said Ruben Neugebauer, spokesman for the organization's Sea Watch. "The country is at your fingertips, nevertheless, the European Union has taken 49 people in two weeks in captivity," he criticized.

Sea-Watch had saved 32 people just before Christmas. There is also a boat belonging to the Sea-to-Eye with 17 migrants on Board to the permission for calling at a port.

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