refugees in greece

From file: Refugees and migrants disembark from 'Blue Star Chios' ferry as they arrive at the port of Lavrio, Greece 29 September 2020 | Photo: Yannis Kolesidis / EPA

Children at the Reception and Identification Center in Mytilene on the island of Lesbos, Greece | Photo: Alessandr Di Meo / ANSA
Evacuation of migrants at the closed camp for asylum seekers on Samos island, Greece, during the exercise 'Promachos 2021' organized by the Greek Ministry of Migration and Asylum, 22 October 2021 | Photo: ARCHIVE EPA / MICHAEL SVARNIAS
27 migrants, rescued by a greek tanker, disembark from a vessel of Hellenic Coast Guard in the port of Kardamena, Kos Island, Dodecanese, Greece, 10 August 2022 | Photo: EPA / HELLENIC COAST GUARD
Detect and deter: one of the electronic surveillance pylons near the Greek-Turkish border that aims to detect migrants and deter them from crossing into Greece | Photo: Giannis Papanikos/AP/picture alliance
Even though LGBTQI+ rights are guaranteed across the EU, Greek asylum authorities seem to be having a hard time catching up to this reality | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
Photo from June 18, 2021: The border between Greece and Turkey in the Evros region has been reinforced with more police, drones, a steel fence, watchtowers with thermal remote cameras and radar, and vehicles like the ‘MRAP Typhoon GSS-300’.  | Photo: Picture-alliance/Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto
Residents protesting against the planned eviction of Eleonas refugee camp on Tuesday, August 16, 2022 | Photo: Michalis Karagiannis/Eurokinissi/ANE/picture-alliance
From file: Migrants repeatedly try to cross the Evros river between Turkey and Greece | Photo: Mehdi Chebil/InfoMigrants
From file: The Evros River delta, June 20, 2021 | Photo: picture alliance/ANE/Eurokinissi/Antonis Lamprou
A group of migrants rescued from a boat off Greece | Photo: PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/GIUSEPPE LAMI
From file: Migrants walk on a train rail at a farming area near the Evros River in Greece on March 4, 2020 | Photo: Imago