New asylum strategy to centre on relocation to closed camps, enhanced border protection

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, Reforms
A new asylum strategy was announced by the government in Athens yesterday, aimed at decongesting the Aegean islands of up to 37,000 migrants and refugees who have been stranded there awaiting processing of their asylum applications.

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