geo barents

Volunteers and rescued migrants in the Mediterranean Sea 2023 | Photo: Guillaume Duez / Sea-Eye
May 30, 2023: Migrants arriving in the Bari port on the Geo Barents ship, which rescued 605 people off the coast of Sicily | Photo: ANSA/DONATO FASANO
Italian authorities asked the Geo Barents to assist an overcrowded vessel in distress of Sicily on May 27, 2023 | Photo: Twitter/@MSF_Sea
Migrants on board of Geo Barents, Doctors without Borders' (MSF) SAR ship, which arrived on May 19 in Brindisi.| Photo: ANSA/MEDICI SENZA FRONTIERE
From file: The rescue ship Life Support, run by Italian NGO EMERGENCY, has rescued hundreds of people during several missions in the Mediterranean | Photo: EMERGENCY NGO
Some of the 339 migrants onboard the MSF ship Geo Barents, which arrived in the Brindisi port on April 7, 2023. | Photo: ANSA / MAX FRIGIONE
The crew of the Geo Barents rescued 440 migrants in the Maltese search and rescue zone, including eight women and 30 children | Photo: @MSF_Sea Twitter feed
EMERGENCY search-and-rescue vessel facilitates rescue in international waters off the coast of Libya. 
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The Doctors Without Borders ship, Geo Barents, in the port of Ancona after disembarking 48 migrants it has rescued at sea, 17 February 2023 | Photo: ANSA/DANIELE CAROTTI
Migrants disembark from the ship Life Support, operated by the Italian NGO EMERGENCY in the Italian port of Civitavecchia, near Rome | Photo: picture alliance / ANSA
The crew of OceanViking evacuated 84 people, including 58 unaccompanied minors, from an overcrowded rubber boat in international waters off Libya on Tuesday, February 14, 2023 | Photo: Twitter @SOSMedIntl
Banners to welcome migrants after search-and-rescue ship Geo Barents of MSF, with 237 migrants onboard, docks at the port of La Spezia, Italy, January 28, 2023 | Photo: EPA / LUCA ZENNARO