EU executive asks for solidarity with Ocean Viking migrants after Open Arms disembarked

The European Union's executive Commission asked the bloc's member states to agree to take in migrants onboard the Ocean Viking vessel, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday, seeking more "solidarity" after another rescue ship, Open Arms, was disembarked on Tuesday night.
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