Coast Guard teams have rescued a total of 116 irregular migrants who were pushed by Greek elements into Turkish territorial waters in the Aegean Sea off Izmir. In the Datca district of Muğla, 24 Palestinian citizens were arrested while fleeing to the Greek islands due to illegal voting. Six Palestinian immigrants were also rescued.
According to the statement issued by the Coast Guard Command, a study was launched on December 22 regarding the information that migrants were in rubber boats and life rafts off the Çeşme, Karaburun and Seferihisar districts of Izmir. Coast Guard teams rescued a total of 116 irregular migrants, who were proven to have been returned to Turkish territorial waters by Greek elements. The migrants who arrived were referred to the Provincial Directorate of Migration Management after their health checks and procedures.
6 immigrants rescued in Data, 24 immigrants arrested
Turkish Coast Guard teams, which were informed of the presence of a group of illegal immigrants in the fiber boat off Datça district, sent a rescue boat to the area. The Greek Coast Guard rescued 6 illegal immigrants who returned to Turkish territorial waters.
The moving rubber boat, which was also detected by a coast guard boat off the coast of Datca, was stopped. 24 irregular immigrants of Palestinian nationality were seized in rubber boats.
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