Albanian ship Oriku rescues 53 Syrian immigrants in the Aegean Sea, 18 of them children

Olta Xhacka and Oriku crew team

 The Albanian Armed Forces, part of the Maritime Force rescued 53 migrants comming from Syria in the Aegean Sea, 18 of them children, 12 women and 23 men. The announcement was given by Defense Minister Olta Xhacka through a status on 'Facebook'.

Albanian ship Oriku rescues 56 Syrian immigrants in the Aegean Sea, 18 of them children

"Because our Armed Forces are the Best! The crew of the "Oriku" ship, part of the Navy Force, missions in the Aegean Sea during patrol, saved a few hours ago 53 Syria migrants. 18 children, 12 women and 23 men are now sound thanks to the contribution of our boys and girls to the Aegean.

Albanian ship Oriku rescues 56 Syrian immigrants in the Aegean Sea, 18 of them children

In the 18 months of Albania's representation in the NATO operation in the Aegean Sea, the "Sea Guardian", the Albanian crew has saved 600 immigrants. We have all the reasons to feel proud of men and women, boys and girls in uniform of the Republic of Albania! I have the pleasure to share with you these photos of the rescue operation today and of the day when the crew got on the mission ! "- Xhacka writes on Facebook./Oculus News

Albanian ship Oriku rescues 53 Syrian immigrants in the Aegean Sea, 18 of them children Albanian ship Oriku rescues 53 Syrian immigrants in the Aegean Sea, 18 of them children Sunday, October 15, 2017 Rating: 5
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