Monday, November 3, a ship carrying about forty exiles was wrecked at the exit of the Bosphorus. At least 24 people died, including children. The ship was heading to Romania.
Strengthening land borders with Greece and Turkey (fences, patrols, refoulement of persons to Turkey) leads the exiles to turn to the Greek Islands of the Aegean Sea, or here in the Black Sea. The situation in Bulgaria is an effective deterrent for boats to avoid and go to Romania.
In French on Le Courrier des Balkans website :