Refugees Stir Greek Anger

BY MARC CHAMPION IN ORESTIADA, GREECE, AND ALKMAN GRANITSAS IN ATHENS

Online WSJ

ORESTIADA, Greece—Turkey’s decision to open its borders for visa-free travel from countries in the Middle East and Africa has helped unleash a flood of illegal immigrants into the European Union, border officials here said Monday.

The main conduit is just outside this unassuming Greek town near Turkey’s border, where fields of garlic and brush form the only dry-land border between Greece and Turkey.

“Look at them wearing suits and ties like they’re going for coffee in a café,” Georgios Salamagkas, chief of police for the Orestiada district, said during an interview at his office in Orestiade, as he watched a …

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One Reply to “Refugees Stir Greek Anger”

  1. This is why Turkey wants to become a member of the EU, Greece currently has the right to stop the illegals, they aren’t doing it but they have that right, if Turkey becomes a member of the EU Greece looses that right. Welcome to the worst nightmare of the Europeans.

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