100 migrants rescued from sea by Morocco and Spain cooperation

A Spanish maritime rescue team has 100 migrants, including 14 women and 4 children, were rescued by boat from Morocco left.

The Spanish rescue team was called by Morocco because they had signaled that a boat from the West of Melilla had left. The boat transported 46 sub-Saharan migrants, including 10 women and 2 children, and was eventually found by the ferry, Vronskiy, which between Algeciras and Tanger-Med speed.

While the rescue team was working to the to save people, they received a second call from Morocco. Here They informed about the start of another boat off the coast of Beni Boughafer in the province of Nador. This boat carried 54 sub-Saharan migrants, including 4 women and 2 children. The passengers were moved to a port in the South of Spain, together with the passengers of the first boat, reports Moroccoworldnews.

The Mediterranean Sea has grown to a cemetery for migrants who dream of reaching Europe. According to the international organization of migration (IOM) were there between 1 January to March 5, 2017 more than 521 migrants found dead in the Mediterranean Sea.