Greece ‘at breaking point’ as migrant numbers triple
In other words, they’re not fighting the invasion.
More than 1,500
migrants Moslem illegals made the deadly sea crossing from Turkey in the first week of August
The number of illegal migrants making the deadly sea crossing from Turkey to Europe has tripled in recent weeks.
Greece has about 90,000 migrants in more than 50 camps and centres across the mainland, northern frontiers and five Aegean islands. Many of the camps are squalid, overcrowded, rife with disease and home to unaccompanied minors. The surge in crossings has provoked fears that Greece will soon have more than the 100,000 that it says it can accommodate, which would result in a humanitarian crisis for the EU’s poorest member state.
The number of migrants making it across from Turkey to #Greece🇬🇷 is rising quickly again
A couple of thousand new arrivals in the last few weeks
To evade the coastguard, they use fast boats
— BasedPoland (@BasedPoland) August 24, 2019