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92 Naked Migrants Collected by Greek Authorities in Evros Region

October 15, 2022

ATHENS – Ninety-two naked migrants were located and collected by Greek authorities in the Greece-Turkey border region of Evros on Friday, the Greek Citizen Protection Ministry said in an announcement on Saturday.

The naked migrants were found by Feres border patrol police officers, to whom they said that they had been transported to the borderline onboard three road vehicles by Turkish authorities, before boarding plastic dinghies to cross the Evros river into Greece, noted the Greek ministry.

The Greek ministry accused Turkey for “instrumentalizing migrants, and violating both human rights and International Law.”

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