Dozens of illegal migrants were saved off coast of Turkey 26 February

The forces of Turkey’s coastal protection were saved by 69 illegal migrants in the Aegean Sea off the coast of Dikili and Czech in the Western Turkish province of Izmir. This is stated in the message of the coast guard command.

The Turkish coast guard command received a signal that a rubber boat with a group of refugees on board was drifting near the coast of the engine.

After receiving the relevant information, the boats of the forces of the Turkish coast guard were sent to the place.

45 people were saved in the results of the operation, including 20 minors.

24 more asylum seekers on a rubber boat, including five children, were rescued off the coast of Czech. Migrants were replaced by Greek border guards to the territorial waters of Turkey.

After passing the relevant procedures, migrants were taken to the local migration department.

It is also reported that the detention of 92 illegal migrants off the coast of the Ural region (Izmir).