Captain of the rescue ship Lifeline Claus-Peter Reisch described the situation aboard his boat while sailing between Malta and Libya on Monday. «At the moment we are with 234 people in front of the Libyan west coast in a waiting position. Thank God we don't have any serious medical emergencies on board, so the situation is stable. Regarding the four babys with their mothers, they are fine given... Еще the circumstances,» Reisch said. The rescue ship Lifeline, which belongs to a German NGO of the same name, has now entered its fifth day of being stranded at sea. Italy, Spain and Malta have so far refused the boat permission to dock, leaving the 234 African migrants on board waiting off the coast of Malta.