According to the news of the Greek State Agency AMNA, the Greek Coast Guard found another dead body 47 nautical miles southwest of Navarin.
With the body taken to Kalamata for autopsy, the number of people who lost their lives in the disaster rose to 82.
Human trafficking suspects testify
The testimony of 9 Egyptians, who were detained on charges of illegal immigrant smuggling as a result of the sinking of the boat carrying irregular immigrants, has ended. The suspects claimed they were innocent.
One of the detainees claimed that the other four suspects were illegal immigrant smugglers.
Disaster off the coast of Greece
On 14 June, a fishing boat carrying irregular migrants capsized in international waters 47 nautical miles from Navarino on the Peloponnese in Greece. 104 people in the fishing boat were rescued and brought to Kalamata Port, and the bodies of 81 people were found in the studies carried out after the incident.
According to the nonprofit Alarm Phone, there were about 700 people on board.