The Royal Navy provides assistance to 85 sub-Saharan African irregular migration candidates

A Royal Navy High Seas Patroller provided assistance, during a maritime patrol mission, Thursday April 25, 380 km southwest of Dakhla, to a canoe in difficulty, with 85 irregular migration candidates on board. , who were planning to join the Canary Islands, indicates a press release from the General Staff of the Royal Armed Forces.

The rescued people, originally from Sub-Saharan Africa, received first aid on board, before being brought back safely to the port of Dkhila (South of Dakhla) and entrusted to the Royal Gendarmerie for administrative procedures. usage, specifies the same source.

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