Greece Still Suffering Despite Slowing of Refugee Inflow

Greece Refugees-compressed
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Greece (Mission Network News) New rules put in place between Turkey and the European Union (EU) means the number of refugees fleeing the war in Syria crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece has shrunk over the past weeks.

“There has been a reduction in the flow of refugees, but it has not resolved it,” said AMG President and CEO Anastasios Ioannidis. “Out of the deal with the EU, Turks will be able to travel to Europe without a visa.”

For the humanitarian workers in the refugee camps of Greece, the slow-down of new emigrants means they can focus on those already there.

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