Syrian migrants enjoyed the island.
The Cypriot police have announced on Saturday that they have held 35 Syrian migrants, two of whom have arrived separately on the other side of the Mediterranean countryside on the island. AP reported.
The crew of the patrol boat saw on Saturday a powerboat with 25 Syrians on board at Myse Greco in the southeast corner of the island. Eight men, eight women and nine children were in good health, but a pregnant woman was preventively transferred to the hospital.
On the same day, police officers in Northwestern Cyprus conquered ten Syrians who said they were also preparing for a boat on the island. The group moved to the recruitment center for migrants.
The report only came a day after the Cypriot police held another 24 Syrian migrants in Cape Greco after they arrived by motorboat.