Refugee families desiring repatriation to be accomodated at Amygdaleza

20 September 2016
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The site in Amygdaleza that was formerly used as a refugee detention facility has been converted to accommodate families of refugees that wish to be repatriated via the IOM’s and Greek Police Services programs.

According to government officials the site will begin to operate on Wednesday and will be visited by the Alternate Minister of Public Order Nikos Toskas and the Interior Ministry’s general secretary Tzanetos Philippakos.

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