Police relocating hundreds of migrants stranded by fire at Greece's biggest camp

Greek police have begun transferring masses of migrants stranded at the island of Lesbos, greater than every week after a fireplace razed the camp the place they had been staying.

The migrants are actually being relocated to a brief camp, with police pronouncing the operation was once supposed to offer protection to public well being.

A witness stated: “The operation started with many officials in white frame fits, issues are calm and migrants are slowly streaming into the brand new camp.”

Police block an area where refugees and migrants from the destroyed Moria camp are sheltered, during an operation to move them to a new temporary camp, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, September 17, 2020. REUTERS/Elias Marcou REFILE - CORRECTING DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
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Police and migrants are observed on the camp that was once destroyed through fireplace
Police block an area where refugees and migrants from the destroyed Moria camp are sheltered, during an operation to move them to a new temporary camp, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, September 17, 2020. REUTERS/Elias Marcou
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Greek police arrived on the camp to transport the migrants to every other location

The hearth that gutted the Moria facility every week in the past left over 12,000 other folks – maximum of them refugees from Afghanistan, Syria and more than a few African nations – with out safe haven, correct sanitation or get right of entry to to meals and water.

The web site the place the fireplace came about was once Greece’s largest migrant camp.

Government stated the blaze was once began through migrants and no one was once injured.

Children sit in a tent on a road near the new temporary camp near Kara Tepe, Mytilene, Greece. Pic: Dimitris Tosidis/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
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Youngsters sit down in a tent on a street close to the brand new brief camp close to Kara Tepe. %: Dimitris Tosidis/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock


Two girls sit in their tent in an abandoned building near the Kara Tepe camp, on the Greek Aegean island of Lesbos on September 16, 2020, after the Moria migrant camp was destroyed by a fire on the night of September 8. - Six young Afghan men including two minors will face a prosecutor on Greece's Lesbos island on September 16 on suspicion of setting fires that destroyed Europe's largest migrant camp, leaving over 12,000 people homeless. (Photo by ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP) (Photo by ANGELOS TZOR
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Two women sit down of their tent after the camp was once destroyed in Lesbos

The brand new brief tent camp at Kara Tepe, close to the island’s port of Mytilene, is able to absorb a minimum of five,000 other folks.

Officers have stated that one of the migrants are reluctant to transport to the brand new camp as they hope to depart the island.

A man wearing a protective face mask makes his way along a road blocked by police in an area where refugees and migrants from the destroyed Moria camp are sheltered, during an operation to move them to a new temporary camp, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, September 17, 2020. REUTERS/Elias Marcou REFILE - CORRECTING DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
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A person dressed in a protecting face masks makes his approach alongside a street close to the destroyed camp

Just one,200 have been relocated early on Wednesday, however overdue within the night huge teams of migrants wearing their property began streaming in.

Executive ministers stated government would proceed “for some extra days in just right religion and verbal exchange” to persuade the migrants to go into the brand new camp, pronouncing their switch could be finished inside a couple of days.

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