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Brussels attacks prompt fears in Athens over handling of refugee crisis
Athens strongly condemned the terrorist attacks in Brussels and expressed its “profound grief at this heinous crime” but is seriously concerned about the consequences this may have on the refugee crisis and especially on the implementation of the EU–Turkey deal secured in the Belgian capital last week.
Greece feels that the first few days of the implementation of the so called “one-for-one” agreement suggested that only it seems eager to see the successful implementation of this deal as the numbers of refugees and migrants in the country is rising (su...
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