Maritime charity says legal duty to assist craft in peril is being ignored
Human Rights at Sea claims that some vessels knowingly refuse to join search and rescue efforts because of commercial disincentives
‘We have evidence of failures by commercial vessels to stop and rescue at sea, despite maritime law norms. It is not once or twice. There have been multiple occasions,’ says chief executive of NGO
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