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Warsaw, 19/01/2021 FRONTEX Serious incident report no. 11859/2020 Report date and time (UTC)            2020-07-29 07:43 Reporting person                      Text removed- personal data Last modification date and time (UTC) 2020-11-09 15:15 Last modification done by             Text removed – personal data SIR Status                            Closed 4 - Situations of alleged violations of Fundamental Rights or FSC SIR Category international protection obligations Type of SIR                           1 Initial SIR Initial SIR - JO Poseidon 2020: Migrants detected in Greek Subject territorial waters returned to Turkey Joint operation JORA incident number Original source of information Frontex SIR Coordinator Frontex resources involved            No Incident dates (UTC)                  2020-07-27 07:42 Detection date (UTC)                  2020-07-27 07:42 Location of the incident Latitude                              11.1863888888 Longitude                             111.1863888888 Reference to the operational area     No Type of resources / involvement Dead persons Injured persons Missing persons Details Fact of the case                      FOR DETAILS SEE SIR 11860/2020 SIR ID 1265 Measures                              FOR DETAILS SEE SIR 11860/2020 SIR ID 1265
Assessment    FOR DETAILS SEE SIR 11860/2020 SIR ID 1265 Final outcome FOR DETAILS SEE SIR 11860/2020 SIR ID 1265 Documents

          
Subject:                            FW: 11859/2020: Initial SIR - JO Poseidon 2020: Migrants detected in Greek territorial waters returned to Turkey From: Text Removed – Reporting Tools Sent: 29 July, 2020 09:54 To: Text Removed – Reporting Tools Subject: 11859/2020: Initial SIR - JO Poseidon 2020: Migrants detected in Greek territorial waters returned to Turkey 11859/2020: Initial SIR - JO Poseidon 2020: Migrants detected in Greek territorial waters returned to Turkey:    On 27.07.2020 at 06:21LT a Danish helicopter detected a rubber boat with approx. 25 migrants south of Chios in Greek territorial waters.    Once the Hellenic Coast Guard arrived at the scene and took over the incident, the Danish asset left the area.    JRCC Piraeus informed MRCC Ankara.    According to information provided by Greek Authorities, a Turkish patrol boat took over the responsibility of the incident inside Turkish territorial waters.    The event has been registered as a “Prevention of Departure” by ICC Piraeus. FSC proposes HoS.OIS to act as the Serious Incident Coordinator for this case. Text Removed – Reporting Tools Text Removed – Reporting Tools Text Removed – Reporting Tools Text Removed – Reporting Tools Text Removed – Reporting Tools 1