Greece aiming to agree updated migration deal with Turkey

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Migration, Refugees, Turkey

The refugee and migrant populations in Greece have risen by more than half compared to last year, according to the latest figures announced by Greek authorities.

In September around 1,700 refugees and migrants crossed the Greek borders. It is a number that has alarmed the Greek authorities and Athens is now seeking to expand the EU-Turkey migration deal.

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