There is a duty pursuant to international law for a ship to attempt the rescue of persons at danger at sea. ... All states recognize this duty. One implication of this rule is that a state cannot legally prohibit its vessels from rescuing persons at sea: states must accept that their vessels engage in rescue operations
Point the finger at the French. I, too, find it hard believe that they can't Police their coastline. They have countless Gendarmes, which is a military force with barracks up and down the coast. Much more effective than the municipal Police
The criminals behind this are buying boats, selling spaces on them, corralling migrants on the beaches......
We really shouldnt pay a penny more because it isnt working!
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