China News Service, September 15th. According to Euronet’s report on the 15th, as reported by the European Union News Agency, more than 12,000 refugees are in urgent need of resettlement after the fire in the Moria refugee camp, Greece’s largest refugee camp. Thousands of refugees have been transferred to New camp.
At the same time, in order to solve the refugee camp fire crisis, Germany and France call on EU member states to extend a helping hand to Greece.
However, the Austrian Chancellor stated that Austria will not accept refugees from the Moria refugee camp.
According to the report, since the 13th, thousands of refugees affected by the fire have begun to move to an army-built tent camp in Karatepe.
It is said that Karatepe is located about 2.5 kilometers northeast of Mytilene, the capital of Lesvos.
On September 9, local time, after a fire broke out in the Moria refugee camp on Lesbos, Greece, the refugees left the fire.
In order to resolve the fire crisis in the Moriah refugee camp, Germany and France call on EU member states to extend a helping hand to Greece.
In this regard, Austrian Chancellor Kurz said that Austria will not accept refugees from the burned Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos.
Kurz said that if it succumbed to pressure, Austria could repeat the mistakes of the refugee crisis in 2015.
Kurtz emphasized that in the 2015 refugee crisis, the tragic picture of a large number of refugees stranded in Budapest railway station caused European policymakers to make concessions, but eventually led to more and more people embarking on the road to Central Europe.
He said that in 2020, Austria has accepted 3,700 refugee children, and Austria is willing to continue to provide humanitarian assistance to the Greek island of Lesvos, but will no longer accept refugees.
Kurtz pointed out, "The last thing we need is a symbolic policy, but to provide relevant regions with tangible long-term economic support and provide economic development prospects for the African continent, so as to effectively protect our borders." (Liang Manyu)