No migrants have arrived on Greek shores for the past 24 hours
No migrants have arrived on Greek shores for the past 24 hours, authorities said Monday.
Meanwhile, the number of identified refugees and migrants across the country was 52,578 on Monday, according to figures released by the country’s Central Coordinating Body for the Management of Migration.
According to the coordinating body, 27,002 refugees and migrants remained in northern Greece, 8,430 were staying on the country’s eastern Aegean islands, while 14,568 were located in areas across Attica.
Refugees and migrants in central Greece reached 2,295 on Monday, while those located in southern Greece came to 283.
You may be interested
EU Poll: Greeks overwhelmingly convinced of widespread corruptionmakis - Dec 12, 2017
Corruption in Greece is an ongoing political issue, that has been debated to death over the past 35 years. Now…
Turkish PM Yildirim escalates rhetoric against Greecemakis - Dec 12, 2017
Two days before his arrival in Greece, Turkish PM Binali Yildirim directly disputed the current Status Quo in the Aegean…
One in three Greeks unable to afford basic material goodsmakis - Dec 12, 2017
One in three Greeks or 32% in 2016 were unable to enjoy basic material goods and social benefits, according to…