Screenshot of video published by the Greek coast guard on May 30, 2023 | Source:
From file: The border between Greece and Turkey in the Evros region has been reinforced with Greek police border officers, drones, a steel fence, watchtowers with thermal remote cameras and radar, as well as vehicles like the ‘MRAP Typhoon GSS-300’ vehicle | Photo: Nicolas Economou/ picture-alliance
MSF mobile clinic in the Closed Control Access Centre in Zervou, Samos | Photo: MSF/Evgenia Chorou
From file: A helicopter searches over the Aegean Sea near the northwestern island of Lesbos, Greece, Tuesday, February 7, 2023 | Greek Coast Guard via picture-alliance
Greece has been accused of pushing back refugees trying to cross the Aegean Sea from Turkey | Photo: Emrah Gurel/AP/picture alliance
Refugees and migrants sitting on a Hellenic Coast Guard vessel following a rescue operation at the port of Mytilene on Lesvos island, Greece. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/STRATIS BALASKAS
 File picture from June 17, 2017 shows migrants on board the Golfo Azzurro vessel after being rescued at sea | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP/E.Morenatti
Moria camp for migrants in Lesvos prior to the meeting with Pope Francis in December 2021 | Photo: EPA/VATICAN MEDIA
A group of 17 Syrian migrants told Alarm Phone on May 9 they had been stranded for 5 days on the islet in the Evros River | Source: Screenshot from Hellenic Police YouTube Channel
Hundreds of people have died trying to cross the Evros River between Turkey and Greece | Photo: Cihan Demirci/AA/picture alliance
Refugees sitting in a tent in the Moria detention centre for migrants and refugees near Mytilene on the island of Lesbos | Photo: VATICAN MEDIA via ANSA
From file: Migrants often become stranded in the Evros River between Turkey and Greece | Photo: AP Photo/Emrah Gurel