Alexander Maersk, a Danish flagged container ship with 100 refugees in Italy, was allowed to enter the port.
Alexander Maersk was allowed to dock in the port of Pozzalo in Scilia, a container vessel that saved 100 refugees on Italy's openings.
Italy's new government has called on the aid vessels to help refugees on the Mediterranean coasts close their ports and share the immigrants saved by the European Union from the sea.
The cargo ship of Maersk Line, a Danish maritime shipping company, was waiting on Sicilian openings since Alexander Maersk was not directed to any port since Friday.
Pozzallo Mayor Roberto Ammatuna said that Danish Immigration Minister Ingar Stöjberg wrote a letter to the Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for permission, confirming that Salvini entered the gates.
Italian doctor Vincenzo Morello, who welcomed Lima immigrants, reported that immigrants who were on board for several days were tired, some had skin inflammation, and some immigrants had a spinal problem.
650 thousand migrants have entered Italy since 2014.