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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-03-23

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

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  • [01] Our concern is not to have children dying at Idomeni, Alternate Migration Min Mouzalas says
  • [02] Alternate Civil Protection Min Toskas reassures Greece does not need to worry
  • [03] Sailing ban in force on Wednesday due to high winds

  • [01] Our concern is not to have children dying at Idomeni, Alternate Migration Min Mouzalas says

    Alternate Minister for Migration Policy Yiannis Mouzalas on Tuesday in an interview with Alpha TV expressed fears that children may die at Idomeni.

    "Our concern is not to let children in the camp of Idomeni die, but this is something that no serious person could guarantee amid such a large refugee crisis," he noted and added: "What I can guarantee is that we will increase our efforts to prevent this from happening."

    For the integration of refugees in Greece, Mouzalas stressed that "in the past 15 years the society has integrated some 1.5 million refugees and migrants. We already have schools for migrants as well as special integration programs. But we are not yet there. We are still in the process of setting the situation under control."

    [02] Alternate Civil Protection Min Toskas reassures Greece does not need to worry

    Greece does not need to worry. Greece is not a target for historical reasons, but we must be on alert because many people cross the country and we also cooperate with other governments," Alternate Minister for Civil Protection Nikos Toskas said in an interview with SKAI TV late on Tuesday after the terrorist attacks in Brussels.

    "During the meeting with the prime minister on Tuesday, we discussed measures that need to be taken immediately. This is due to the attacks in Brussels and not because of a greater danger we are facing," he underlined and added: "We are daily concerned on how to improve security measures."

    [03] Sailing ban in force on Wednesday due to high winds

    Rising wind speeds and rough seas in many parts of Greece, in places reaching 8-9 Beaufort, have disrupted ferry connections from the ports of Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrio to the Greek islands.
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