Turkey rescues 60 asylum seekers in the Aegean Sea

Turkey rescues 60 asylum seekers in the Aegean Sea
 Turkish Coast Guard rescuing asylum seekers in the Aegean Sea
 The Turkish Coast Guard has rescued 60 asylum seekers who were repulsed by Greek Coast Guard teams in Turkish territorial waters off the coast of Canakkale and Izmir.

Foreign nationals had set off by boat from the town of Ayvacık in Çanakkale to the Aegean Sea with the intention of crossing to the Greek island of Lesbos.

The location of 24 migrants with different nationalities who were pushed back into Turkish territorial waters by Greek Coast Guard units was then determined.

Turkish Coast Guard command teams took the men on board and escorted them to the Coast Guard Post Office, located in the town of Ayvac Kyk.

On the other hand, the Turkish Coast Guard Command immediately engaged its teams after receiving information that a group of irregular migrants had been trapped in the middle of the sea in 2 lifeboats near the shores of the town of Foca, Izmir, after being pushed back into Turkish territorial waters by Greek Coast Guard units.

Turkish Coast Guard teams rescued 36 illegal immigrants and pulled them to the ground.
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