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Palestinians from Syria on Greek Island of Samos Enduring Abject humanitarian Conditions

Published : 11-09-2019

Palestinians from Syria on Greek Island of Samos Enduring Abject humanitarian Conditions

Syrian and Palestinian refugees seeking shelter on the Greek island of Samos continue to rail against the poor services provided to them by the Greek authorities. A number of refugees threw meals to protest the poor-quality food. Worm-staffed meals unfit for human consumption have figured in pictures circulated on social media networks.

The refugees also said they have been made to line up in long queues for over five hours to get their meals.

Palestinian refugees from Syria who have been stranded in Greece continue to sound distress signals after most European states opted for a closed-door immigration policy, leaving hundreds of refugees trapped in underequipped makeshift refugee camps.

An agreement between Turkey and Greece to tighten grip on refugees from Syria trying to creep into the Greek territories via the Turkish borders has made the situation far worse. 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9081

Syrian and Palestinian refugees seeking shelter on the Greek island of Samos continue to rail against the poor services provided to them by the Greek authorities. A number of refugees threw meals to protest the poor-quality food. Worm-staffed meals unfit for human consumption have figured in pictures circulated on social media networks.

The refugees also said they have been made to line up in long queues for over five hours to get their meals.

Palestinian refugees from Syria who have been stranded in Greece continue to sound distress signals after most European states opted for a closed-door immigration policy, leaving hundreds of refugees trapped in underequipped makeshift refugee camps.

An agreement between Turkey and Greece to tighten grip on refugees from Syria trying to creep into the Greek territories via the Turkish borders has made the situation far worse. 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9081