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[rtl]The Libyan navy has threatened to detain ships of non-governmental organizations approaching its territorial waters without prior authorization as part of its relief work to rescue migrants after an accident with a German NGO.[/rtl]
[rtl]"We have avoided this time the deterioration of the situation, in the future we will detain the ships of these non-governmental organizations that do not respect Libyan sovereignty," said Libyan naval spokesman Brigadier Bahar Ayoub Qasim.[/rtl]
[rtl]Brigadier Kassem said in August that a Libyan search and rescue zone would be set up off the coast of Libya. The Libyan navy would not allow any foreign ship to enter it, especially those belonging to non-governmental organizations, unless it obtained prior authorization.[/rtl]
[rtl]The Libyan border guards intercepted a ship belonging to the German non-governmental organization, Mishon Lifeline, after rescuing 52 people during its first rescue operation in the area.[/rtl]
[rtl]"You are not welcome here," a German Coast Guard official said as he shouted at the sailors of the ship. "You are not welcome here," and the sound of a bullet likely to be fired into the air was heard as a warning.[/rtl]
[rtl]"They threatened us and asked us to extradite the people we pulled out," he said. "What happened was actual piracy because they boarded our ship without any permission."[/rtl]
[rtl]The Libyan Brigadier attacked the "libel campaigns carried out by non-governmental organizations against the Libyan navy," explaining that the ship tried to escape and was one of the elements of the Libyan Coast Guard is still on board.[/rtl]


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