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Migrant Rescue Ships In New EU Mission Are Not Obliged To Bring Migrants to Italy

By Steve Scherer (Reuters) – The European Union’s border agency Frontex launched a new Mediterranean operation called Themis on Thursday, removing the obligation of the previous mission to bring rescued migrants only to Italy. Italy has repeatedly lamented a lack of EU solidarity in managing immigration. The previous Frontex operation, called Triton, required all those rescued […] The post Migrant Rescue Ships In New EU Mission Are Not Obliged To Bring Migrants to Italy appeared first on gCaptain.
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