Migrants disembark in the port of Valetta, Malta, on April 13 after being stranded at sea onboard the Alan Kurdi for 10 days | Photo: Picture-alliance
Alan Kurdi rescue ship | Photo: Sea Eye/Fabian Heinz
'Alan Kurdi' rescue ship | Photo: Sea Eye/Fabian Heinz
The migrants just before the rescue by crew from the 'Alan Kurdi' on April 3, 2019 Photo: Fabian Heinz/picture alliance/dpa
There is only one non-governmental rescue mission active in the Mediterranean at the moment | PHOTO: picture-alliance/dpa/Fabian Heinz/
El Hiblu I sailing in Valletta's Grand Harbour | Photo: Reuters/D.Z.Lupi
The vessel El Hiblu I, at sea | Photo: Picture-alliance/G. Schwermer
Migrants who had been stranded on two NGO rescue ships off the coast of Malta for several days disembark from the Maltese Armed Forces vessel P52, at the Armed Forces of Malta EPA/DOMENIC AQUILINA
The Mediterranean route accounted for half of all migrants that died or went missing in 2018, according to IOM. | Photo: Picture-alliance
Migrants who were rescued by the Sea-Watch-3 and Sea-Eye  disembark in Floriana, Malta, 9 January 2019 | Photo: EPA/DOMENIC AQUILINA
Child on board the migrant rescue ship | Photo: Sea-Watch/Chris Grodotzki
The Sea-Watch 3 on the Mediterranean | Photo: Reuters/D. Zammit Lupi