Migrant and refugee gathering on Turkey's west border, tension on Greece border increases
Kastonge, Agency. Turkey has said after the death of 33 soldiers in Idlib, Syria, that it will allow refugees to go to Europe. This has led to increased tension along the Turkish and Greek borders. The Greeks have called the two-day-long confrontation a threat to national security. In a video provided by the Greek government, Turkey is seen firing tear gas shells at the Greek police. After this, tension between the two countries has increased.
United Nations expressed concern
The United Nations Migration Organization said on Sunday that Greece's border with Turkey had 13,000 people. The United Nations says that this situation has arisen after the European border was opened to migrants and refugees on Turkey's west border. This situation has arisen with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's decision to open the borders of his country with Europe. It is believed that the Turkish President has announced the opening of borders to pressure European countries on the Turkish problem.
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Refugees on the way to sea
Hundreds of people have reached the islands of Lesbos, Chios and Samos in Greece after the news of the opening of the Turkish border. The island is located a short distance from the Turkish coastline. Some refugees have crossed the Ivro River and reached the Greece border. Greece's government sources have claimed that three thousand people have gathered on the Ottoman border, while the International Immigrant Society cites them as 13,000.
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Greece police released tear gas shells at the border
Greece authorities on Saturday released tear gas shells to control more than 4,000 people crossing the border into the oysters. Greece's Deputy Defense Minister Alkividis Stephanis said there were nearly thousands of attempts to cross Greece's border illegally. Stephanis said that all his efforts were thwarted. Let me tell you that several dozen emigrants had succeeded in entering Greece in the past. Greek authorities said they arrested 66 migrants on Friday. Of this, 17 were sentenced to prison for illegally entering the country. It consisted mostly of Afghan migrants. On Saturday, Greece arrested another 70 people who tried to illegally cross the land border.
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