Greek refugee camp fire detains six people living in camp September 16 6:20
Local judicial authorities detained six foreign nationals in a fire that left Europe's largest refugee camp on the island of Lesvos, Greece, leaving about 13,000 people homeless.
Authorities are investigating that they have set fire to escape the camp.
On the 8th of this month, a fire broke out at Europe's largest refugee camp on the island of Lesvos in eastern Greece, burning down facilities for refugees and migrants fleeing the Middle East and Africa.
Local judiciary officials said yesterday that they had detained six foreign nationals living in the refugee camp in connection with the fire and are investigating that they had set fire to escape the camp. ..
Greece is a gateway for refugees and migrants heading to Europe, and the refugee camps on Lesbos are home to about 13,000 people, more than four times their capacity, and are in a poor environment for international NGOs and UN agencies. It has been criticized as being.
The German government has announced that it will accept 1553 and up to 150 unaccompanied children, as countries have announced their acceptance after the fire has left refugee camps homeless. ..
However, Greece and Italy, which are the gateways, are complaining about the acceptance of refugees and immigrants, but many EU = European Union member states are reluctant to accept, so we will respond in a unified manner. I haven't launched it.