Two ferries with 3,000 refugees on board to dock at Piraeus port
Two ferries from Mytilene and Chios carrying 3,000 refugees are expected to arrive at Piraeus port on Friday after the Pan-Hellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) suspended its strike.
“Tera jet” ferry left from Mytilene port at 8 am with 1,740 refugees on board and “Blue Star Patmos” left at 6 am with 1,400 refugees. Another ferry,
“Blue Star 1” carrying 1,430 refugees is expected to leave from Mytilene at 8 pm.
In an effort to decongest the situation at the port of Mytilene, “Champion Jet” ferry will also transfer refugees from Mytilene to Kavala.
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