giovedì 1 settembre 2016

La "Guardia costiera libica" tra soccorsi e deportazioni. Accordi con UNHCR, OIM ed EUNAVFOR MED. L'Unione Europea esternalizza i respingimenti collettivi in mare e fornisce uomini e mezzi.







Libyan authorities have arrested more than 200 African migrants in the past three days who they claimed were preparing to make the risky sea crossing to Europe.

Early Wednesday morning Misrata Southern Security Force arrested 145 men and 29 women who authorities say had planned the journey to Europe.
Seventy-two hours earlier, 27 others were taken into custody after security services were tipped off.
A total of 201 migrants were transferred to detention centers on Wednesday.
Authorities say they’ve been making arrests every two or three days.




The West, and particularly European Union countries, want the GNA to at least curb, if not stop, the flow of immigrants from Libya to the southern EU shores. To do that, they have promised at the ministerial meeting in Vienna to train Libya’s coast guard. But, again, training the so-called Libyan coast guard is no more than old militias being recycled through the GNA to convince major powers that they are indeed under state command.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQr7Y1HCZIw

da EUNAVFOR MED è stato siglato con i libici un memoriale d'intesa,  e poi si moltiplicano le intese della stessa Guardia costiera libica, accordi con MOAS, UNHCR ed OIM. malgrado qualche "incidente di percorso" come la sparatoria del 17 agosto contro un mezzo di Medici senza frontiere. 

Posted:
11/13/15
Region-Country:
Africa and Middle East / Libya
Themes:
Capacity Building, Migrant Assistance
Libya - IOM Tripoli and UNHCR have organized a second technical workshop and coordination meeting for Libyan partners on saving lives of migrants at sea. The workshop, which took place from 9-10 November in Tunis, follows an earlier workshop held in late July.
The meetings, funded by the European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), aim to improve the response capacities of Libyan authorities involved in operations related to the rescue of refugees and migrants off the Libyan coast.














Misrata (Libya) (AFP) - Libya's coastguard on Sunday intercepted five boats carrying around 500 mostly African migrants trying to reach Europe and brought them back to shore, an official said.
They were transported in buses to detention centres around the city of Misrata, east of the Libyan capital.
"We will try again, for a second time and a third time. We reach Europe or we die," one woman said, asking not to be named.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/libya-coastguard-intercepts-500-illegal-migrants-154844735.html?ref=gs

June 18, 2015

http://migrantreport.org/zuwara-the-smuggling-hub-where-no-one-get-caught/

Migrant dreams end on Libyan coast

http://www.thenational.ae/world/europe/migrant-dreams-end-on-libyan-coast

Updated: March 27, 2016 23:15 IST

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/libya-coastguard-stops-600-migrants-crossing-to-europe-1291186?site=full

“We were told that a boat with people of African nationalities on board was in trouble off Ghout Rumman,” coastguard Colonel Ashraf al-Badri said, adding that the information came from fishermen.
We found the boat and rescued the migrants,” he added, standing among the migrants in Tripoli’s port.
Badri said the vessel had been carrying about 115 people from Mali and other African states.
UN refugee agency staff gave them clothes and food, as well as first aid to some, as buses arrived to take them to detention centres in Tripoli.

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/africa/2016/04/11/Libya-coastguard-rescues-115-migrants.html

Posted: 
06/10/16
Region-Country: 
Africa and Middle East / Libya
Themes: 
Capacity Building
Libya - The Netherlands and IOM Libya have signed an agreement for an 18-month project aimed at enhancing the Libyan Coast Guard’s capacity to save lives at sea and supporting the humanitarian repatriation of vulnerable migrants from Libya.
The EUR 1.5 million project, which will run through October 2017, will provide lifesaving equipment, basic infrastructure and capacity building for the Coast Guards.
It will also provide assisted voluntary return to stranded migrants in Libya to help them to return to their home countries. The most vulnerable migrants will also get reintegration assistance in their home countries.

01 September 2016 09:42


Libyan authorities have arrested more than 200 African migrants in the past three days who they claimed were preparing to make the risky sea crossing to Europe.

Early Wednesday morning Misrata Southern Security Force arrested 145 men and 29 women who authorities say had planned the journey to Europe.
Seventy-two hours earlier, 27 others were taken into custody after security services were tipped off.
A total of 201 migrants were transferred to detention centers on Wednesday.
Authorities say they’ve been making arrests every two or three days.                                            
http://en.alalam.ir/news/1856938                                                                                                                                                    
Adesso pero' hanno cambiato il nome "Western Coast Guard" e cosi' saranno piu' credibili per negoziare con L'Unione Europea e con le agenzie internazionali qualche altro soldo per bloccare i migranti in fuga verso l'Europa.

 http://www.libyanexpress.com/western-coast-guard-intercepted-300-immigrants-northern-sabratha/



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