Our Borders Are Strictly Guarded, Greece’s Interior Minister Says

March 4, 2020

ATHENS – “Our borders are strictly guarded. All Greeks support the members of the Armed Forces and the Greek Police,” Interior Minister Takis Theodorikakos said during his visit to Moschato City Hall on Wednesday.

All Greeks strongly support the Greek government’s decision to close its borders in Evros and the islands in the face of a threat of invasion by undocumented migrants, who are guided by the Turkish regime, the interior minister said. “All Greeks support the Armed Forces and the Greek Police in this very crucial national mission,” he stressed.


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