Gov’t plans to create hotspots in Kyllini

31 March 2016
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It seems that the government’s plan is to create hotspots in every part of Greece causing great damages to country’s tourism industry.

This year’s tourist season will be the worst for many Greek islands who continue to receive refugees and immigrants, such as Lesvos and Chios, while Greece’s biggest port, Piraeus, has turned into a refugee camp hosting thousands of people.

Moreover, the government is planning to turn some of the most beautiful places of Peloponnese into hotspots. According to reports, two refugee centers will be created at Kyllini, one of the most popular tourist destinations especially for families.

According to patrisnews.com, 38 families from Syria will be transferred to LM Village resort at Myrsini, while another tourist center in Kyllini is considered to host about 1,300 people.

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