Withdrawal of NGOs from refugee centres puts pressure on Greece to fill void

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Refugees

The departure of non-governmental organisations from hot spots and other centres where refugees and migrants are gathered in Greece is putting extra pressure on the coalition over its management of the crisis.

Last week’s agreement between the European Union and Turkey on the so-called “one-for-one” plan to return refugees who arrive in Greece has prompted the Greek authorities to change the nature of the island “hot spot” into what NGOs consider to be detent...

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