Piraeus: 2,680 migrants and refugees still remain at the port

28 April 2016
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A total of 2,680 migrants and refugees still remain at the port of Piraeus, with Greek authorities aiming to transfer about 300 to the Skaramangas center by the end of the day. The aim is to clear out the port in time for the Easter holidays.

Earlier on Thursday morning, a total of 52 refugees arrived from the Aegean islands. Specifically 6 arrived from Rhodes on board the Prevelis ferry boat, 38 from Lesvos and 5 from Chios arrived on the Blue Star 1, while the Nisos Rodos brought 3 from Lesvos.

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