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HRAS: Syrian Master Urgently Requests Support to End Eight Month Abandonment

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HRAS: Syrian Master Urgently Requests Support to End Eight Month Abandonment

London. UK. The Master of the MV Ali Bey (IMO 9070515) has provided a voluntary video testimony to Human Rights at Sea outlining the privations that he and the remaining three Syrian crew members continue to suffer since their vessel was arrested and abandoned by its owner in Constanza Port, Romania, in November 2020 with earned wages owed prior to that date stated as totalling USD $175,000.

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Frontex aware of human rights violations in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea but failed to act finds EU Report
 
Jul 16, 2021 11:12 am

Tweet this story: Yesterday the EU Rapporteur on Frontex, Mrs. Tineke Strik published her Report on the fact-finding investigation on Frontex concerning alleged fundamental rights violations, including in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.

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