22 July 2019
"Clearly, we are witnessing the transfer of search-and-rescue responsibilities to the military."
Spain’s model for saving lives at sea should be emulated in the EU (The Conversation, link):
"Clearly, we are witnessing the transfer of search-and-rescue responsibilities to the military.
But if the EU and its member states really want to address their responsibilities, the military is not the answer. Neither are NGOs. Instead, they must carefully consider Spain’s previous approach — a professional, safe and cost-efficient way of saving lives at sea."
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