On July 5, a Libyan offshore passengers crowded boats moved off 65 to save the German rescue ship.
The head of the rescue ship, the Sea-Eye Libya, 34 miles offshore to save people who migrated from the boat and signaling system, says he does not have enough water.
Now, these migrants are kept on the ship named Alan.
Sea-Eye is to contact the Libyan authorities, but can not receive a response. The move to rescue the ship, Italian Interior Minister sand-Van is warned not to come to Italy.