At least 11 bodies of migrants were collected north of Antikythera


In the port of Piraeus will be transported by its offshore ship Coast Guard, the 90 rescued migrants (52 men, 11 women and 27 minors) released from the islet of Prasonisi, north of Antikythera, after the sinking of a sailing vessel in the sea area, which resulted in 11 people lost their lives from the occupants of the boat (9 women and 2 men).

The bodies of the migrants were collected by a floating vessel of the Greek Navy with the help of an underwater search by officers of the Submarine Missions Unit of the Greek Navy that took place inside the sailboat that is submerged at the point of grounding.

According to the first information, the boat had sailed from the coast of Turkey with a final destination on the Italian coast.  

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