09:42 - 06/12/2017
It called on the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) European countries to assist Italy in dealing with the influx of immigrants after saving nearly 2,500 people over the weekend and considered dozens missing.
The Coast Guard recovered the bodies of eight Libyan migrants from a rubber dinghy found east of Tripoli Saturday.
The Commission said that "there are fears that at least 52 people have lost in two concerning the travel of large numbers of passengers on board rickety boats off the Libyan coast."
The systems of the Italian Coast Guard more than 12 search and relief to save the lives of migrants.
UNHCR noted that "solutions can not only be found in Italy," she said, "should take new measures on both sides of the Mediterranean to combat smuggling seriously."
International Foundation also called for additional efforts to help refugees and migrants in the countries that move them before they reach Libya, saying they were "subjected to exploitation and violations of" severe in these countries.
Libya is the most frequently used for migrants trying to reach Europe by sea starting point, where the number of transit has risen sharply since 2014, while UNHCR estimates that more than 1770 people were killed or went missing while attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
It is believed that many more died in the desert before reaching the Ibia.anthy / 25 m