The bodies of 12 men, three women and a baby have been taken to the scene.
At least 16 people have died when their boat capsized on the Greek island of Paros in the central Aegean Sea, the third sea disaster affecting refugees and refugees this week, coastal guards said.
Authorities have been scrambling to search and rescue northwest of Paros on Friday night. The Greek news agency Athens News Agency reports that the bodies of 12 men, three women and an infant have been found in the area.
Eighty people believe he was on the ship, which, according to coastal guards, is believed to be heading for Italy from Turkey.
Air and sea supplies were sent to the area, coastal guards said on Saturday.
Greece is one of the main routes to the European Union for refugees and refugees from Africa, the Middle East and beyond, although travel has slowed since 2015-2016 when more than a million people crossed the country to other EU countries.
Earlier Friday, Greek officials said they did just that recovered 11 bodies since another shipwreck occurred when a refugee boat sank on an uninhabited island in southern Greece on Thursday.
90 people have been rescued during the operation.
During the night between Tuesday and Wednesday, the boat was thought to have carried as many as 50 refugees drowned on the island of Folegandros, many people are afraid of being destitute.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has reported that the Folegandros disaster was particularly severe in the Aegean Sea this year.
“The shipwreck is a painful reminder that people continue to make dangerous trips for safety,” Adriano Silvestri, a UNHCR correspondent in Greece, told AFP.
UNHCR estimates that more than 2,500 people have died or been drowned during the attempts to reach Europe from January to November this year.
About one million people, mostly Syrian refugees, arrived in the European Union in 2015 after crossing the Greek islands near Turkey.