A humanitarian rescue ship stranded at sea for five days with more than 200 migrants, including five children, on board, was allowed to enter the Maltese port of Valetta on Wednesday. Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat previously stated that the ship had permission to reach a safe haven in Malta, after seven other European countries also made a deal to take in those who will now be granted... Еще refugee status. German charity organisation Mission Lifeline owned the boat of the own name, which was responsible for transporting the passengers. Upon the ship’s arrival, migrants gathered on the deck wearing orange life jackets as the vessel docked at the port under the escort of a Maltese patrol boat. One by one, asylum-seekers were transferred from the rescue ship to the shore by officials and medical personnel in white overalls.