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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 13-10-20

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] PM Samaras to visit Malta and Italy on Monday
  • [02] Investigations continuing on little girl found in Roma camp

  • [01] PM Samaras to visit Malta and Italy on Monday

    ANA-MPA -- Prime Minister Antonis Samaras will be visiting Malta and Italy on Monday, October 21, in the framework of an initiative regarding the handling of illegal immigration. The visit will also be in view of the assumption of the EU presidency by Greece in January 2014.

    The Greek premier will meet his Maltese and Italian counterparts Joseph Muscat and Enrico Letta, respectively, with discussion focusing on hammering out an explicit and clear European policy on illegal immigration, with emphasis, however, on the countries of the South which are facing the biggest problems.

    Samaras will be accompanied by Public Order and Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Dendias.

    In another development, the prime minister's scheduled interview on Monday October 21 with the MEGA TV channel's "Anatropi" programme has been postponed for Monday November 4.

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    [02] Investigations continuing on little girl found in Roma camp

    Police in the city of Larissa, in central Greece, are focusing their attention on Monday's publicising of photos of the two Roma who presented themselves as being the parents of five-year-old Maria, in the framework of coordinated efforts being made to locate her real parents.The publicising will be taking place at the order of a prosecutor to facilitate the operation to establish the identity of the little girl found in a Roma camp in Farsala.

    International interest on the issue is continuing unabated, while foreign media workcrews are expected to arrive in Larissa. Calls to Larissa police and the "Children's Smile" society, where the girl is being kept, are also continuing by persons interested in the child's identity.

    The police are continuing investigations in all possible directions, also in cooperation with international organisations involved in the disappearance of children. Police, in cooperation with hygiene authorities, have started investigations in hospitals and services. Certificates and documents will be examined and suspicious cases will be investigated thoroughly. Special DNA medical tests cannot be ruled out in this framework.

    An urgent message has also been sent to Interpol in the framework of cooperation with the Balkan countries to enable the investigation to be extended in the effort to find the child's biological parents.

    The possibility of the existence of a ring bringing pregnant women to Greece from Bulgaria to give birth in Greece and then taking their children for sale is also being examined.

    Cases are also being examined, according to reports, that had been reported in the past in Athens on babies of foreign women that had supposedly been born dead and when coffins had been opened they had been found empty.

    The couple keeping Maria in the Roma camp will be brought before an investigator on Monday. A file of proceedings has been prepared against them that is of a criminal character.

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