Turkey: 232 asylum seekers rescued in Aegean

Asylum seekers rescued by coast guard after being pushed into Turkish territory

Sebiha Aslan, Sabri Kesen and Ali Balli   | 22.10.2020
Turkey: 232 asylum seekers rescued in Aegean File Photo

MUGLA, Turkey

A total of 232 asylum seekers, who were driven back to Turkish maritime territory by the Greek coast guard, were rescued Thursday by the Turkish coast guard.

Coast Guard teams rescued 121 in lifeboats from Marmaris shores, 35 off the coast of Bodrum and 76 from Datca.

After being taken to nearby ports, the asylum seekers were transferred to the Provincial Migration Office Directorate.

* Writing by Dilan Pamuk

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