O nouă tragedie în Mediterana – o găsiți pe news. Doamne ferește și Dumnezeu să le aibă sufletele-n pază. Dar ce-mi dă de gândit este că este anunțată cu mare emfază – și ipocrizie maximă, tocmai de Turcia. Aceeași Turcie care-a făcut un deal cu UE – stupid și rușinos pt UE, de câteva miliarde bune PLUS concesii pt venirea în Piața Comună a UE, și mai ales aceeași Turcie care a facilitat într-un fel sau altul ca acea fragilă ambarcațiune să părăsească porturile lor plină peste poate cu acei sărmani – presupusa frontieră turcă fiind cu strașnice păzită – după cum ne-arată un comunicat – tot astăzi, unde Ministrul de Externe turc l-a chemat de urgentă pe ambasadorul rus pt că un avion rusesc – ar fi, intrat pentru 6 secunde în spațiul aerian turcesc… Well, desigur că aprecierea cu cele 6 secunde îmi aparține, dar cred că încă sunt în marja de eroare permisă :))
Aveți mai jos câteva date de ultimă oră pentru emigrarea islamistă către Europa abil controlată de Turcia folosind Mediterana drept autostrada de serviciu… Mda, puneți-vă mâinile-n cap că merită
Greece – IOM estimates that 55,528 migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean to enter Europe during the first 28 days of 2016 – a rate of nearly 2,000 per day. The daily average is nearly equivalent to the total numbers for the month of January as recently as two years ago.
During the same period IOM has recorded some 244 deaths at sea, as well as at least a dozen more deaths of migrants and refugees who died either after reaching Europe or traveling to a launch point in Turkey. By comparison, total deaths on Mediterranean Sea routes were 12 in 2014 and 82 last year.
|Country of Arrival
(Eastern Med route)
|26(Central Med route)
Arrivals by Sea, Italy
|1 January – 28 January 2016
· Over 1,700 migrants have been brought ashore since Monday. Rescue operations at sea were still ongoing on January 28; migrants and refugees were continuing to be brought to Sicilian ports through Thursday evening.
· Six drownings were reported Thursday off Sicily.
Arrivals by Sea, Greece
|1 January – 27 January 2016
The latest deaths were recorded on Wednesday and Thursday. Seven migrants died on Wednesday (27/01) off the Greek island of Kos and another 26 (10 men, 6 women, 10 children) on Thursday (28/01) off Samos, following shipwrecks. They included 15 children. IOM believes more victims are missing.
According to IOM staff in Samos, who were asked by the authorities to assist with translation, 65 migrants were squeezed into a wooden boat designed to carry at most 30 people. The boat departed Turkey on Tuesday night and began taking on water almost immediately. It sank 24 hours later off Samos. All victims and survivors reportedly were Kurds from Iraq.
The 218 deaths on the so-called Eastern Mediterranean route linking Turkey to Greece through the first four weeks of January 2016 are almost four times those recorded on that route last year through mid-August. During the whole of 2015, some 805 migrants and refugees perished in these waters.
Despite winter weather conditions and the strong winds of the last few days, an estimated 52,055 migrants and refugees have arrived in the Greek islands since the beginning of the year. This is close to the total recorded in the relatively “safe” month of July 2015, when warm weather and calm seas allowed 54,899 to make the journey.
IOM earlier this week reported that a survey of migrants and refugees arriving in Greece revealed that 90% were from Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan, which would allow them to leave Greece and enter the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) en route to Western Europe as asylum seekers. But the Idomeni border crossing from Greece to FYROM remained closed from midday to midnight on Wednesday. FYROM officials blamed congestion at the country’s border with Serbia.