Germany donates 12 devices for refugees’ identification

4 December 2015
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The German ambassador in Athens Peter Schoof, in a special event on Thursday, donated to the Greek police 12 devices for identifying the fingerprints of refugees and migrants.

Germany delivered another 12 Eurodac devices last October to help Greece cope with the documentation procedure.
Greek authorities have in total 70 devices in several parts of the country and especially on the Aegean islands.

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