Mediterranea tweeted a request to disembark those rescued, saying it had sailed to "the only possible safe port for landing".
Furthermore, on 14 June, Italy's far-right-populist coalition government introduced a security decree that forbade NGO rescue boats from entering Italian territorial waters and also allows for fines of up to €50,000 (£45,000) and the impounding of boats that bring migrants to Italy without permission.
After two weeks off the island of Lampedusa, the non-governmental organization (NGO) rescue ship, flying the Dutch flag, forced through the blockade imposed by Italian authorities, causing an accident - fortunately without injuries - with an Italian Customs patrol boat.
Meanwhile, another NGO ship, the Alan Kurdi - operated by German charity Sea-Eye - is afloat in worldwide waters just outside Lampedusa, carrying another 65 people.
In a video posted on social media he said: "And so, dear German government, I am not reopening Italian ports, especially if you ask me to".
Humanitarian group Mediterranea Saving Humans said in a tweet late on Saturday that over 40 migrants on board were "finally allowed to disembark to receive assistance".
Mr Salvini, from the steady-flit League accumulate together, takes a hardline stance against migrants and rescue ships - one thing that has considered both his and his accumulate together's recognition delay.
Salvini tweeted after the Alex docked that the charity workers were "jackals. will they go unpunished also?"
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said after talks with the European Commission and German government that all 65 would be relocated to other parts of the EU.
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Italian authorities on Lampedusa last week seized a vessel belonging to German aid group Sea-Watch and arrested its captain, Carola Rackete, for unauthorised entry to port with dozens of rescued migrants on board.
And a poll printed within the Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera on Saturday acknowledged 59% of Italians approved of Mr Salvini shutting Italy's ports off to NGO-crawl vessels. People are not bargaining chips, ' the NGO said.
Libya, which has been wracked by chaos since the 2011 uprising that killed veteran dictator Moamer Kadhafi, has always been a major transit route for migrants, especially from sub-Saharan Africa, desperate to reach Europe.
A focal level on ordered her freed, though she restful faces separate charges of helping of us smugglers and resisting authorities.
Salvini's refusal to open Italian ports to rescue boats has strained relationships with European partners and Malta, which along with Italy is the preferred destination for migrants trying to enter Europe by sea.
The Sea-Eye's vessel had rescued 65 people from an overloaded rubber boat in global waters off the Libyan coast earlier this week, but wasn't allowed to enter Italian waters.
On the opposite hand, the Italian mediate in Ms Rackete's case dominated that neither Libya nor Tunisia had been true countries for migrants.
"We cannot be responsible for boats with people rescued from shipwrecks on board spending weeks on the Mediterranean because they can't find a port", Mr Seehofer was quoted as saying by AFP news agency.
Earlier this week, migrants being held in a detention centre - which is where many returned migrants pause up - had been killed in an attack which hit the building they had been in.