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Last group of migrants from MV Aquarius leaves Malta for Germany

The last group of immigrants who had been brought to Malta on board the MV Aquarius left for Germany yesterday on two different flights.

This concluded the relocation process for these immigrants, as a result of an agreement between Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and other European countries.

141 immigrants had been brought to Malta on 15 August, and another group of 58 had followed on 25 September.

All the immigrants have been relocated to European countries. Malta thanked Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Holland, Norway, Spain and Portugal, which all collaborated for the migrants to be relocated.

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