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Spiegel attack on Greece: Greece illegally deported 60,000 migrants to Turkey: report

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Spiegel writes a hit piece on Greece with their article “Greece illegally deported 60,000 migrants to Turkey: report“…

This is all GARBAGE and LIES by the liberal/trash publication Spiegel  which is, obviously, serving Merkel’s agenda on the European migrant “crisis” issue. “ILLEGALLY”, you freaks says Greece is operating…”ILLEGALLY” when it’s been the…POSTER CHILD OF THIS SO-CALLED “MIGRANT CRISIS” having to accept/deal with around….ONE MILLION “REFUGEES” and/or “MIGRANTS” from MANY countries of that past 5-6 years, most of which DID NOT come from war-torn countires???!!! THOSE ARE THE REAL FACTS ON THIS ISSUE. THEREFORE, IF GREECE SENDS BACK THESE PEOPLE TO TURKEY OR WHEREVER ELSE, IT HAS A FULL RIGHT TO DO SO, SO….SHUT UP!!!

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Europe, and especially in the Mediterranean in 2015, more than 1 million refugees and illegal immigrants have been displaced and most them have passed through…GREECE!!!

Read the Spiegel article below….

Greece illegally deported 60,000 migrants to Turkey: report

Greece illegally deported 60,000 migrants to Turkey, documents released by Turkey reportedly show. The process involves returning asylum seekers without assessing their status…

Greece illegally deported about 60,000 migrants to Turkey between 2017 and 2018, according to a report in German magazine Spiegel published on Wednesday evening.

Turkey is accusing Greece of not properly dealing with the asylum status of migrants. Instead, Turkish interior ministry files show that Greece illegally transported 58,283 people to Turkey in the 12 month period leading up to November 1, 2018.

Greece is disputing the accusations, with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsokasis saying in a veiled attack on Turkey: “Those people who have used the refugee crisis to their own end should be more careful when dealing with Greece.”

This so-called “push back” of asylum seekers is illegal under European and international law. The state is obliged to assess the asylum status of new migrants rather than sending them to another country.

The magazine report also accuses Greece of having been complicit in such push-backs for many years.

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Where were the migrants from?

According to the Turkish documents, the largest proportion of migrants sent away from Greece were Pakistani, with large numbers from Somalia, Algeria and Bangladesh. 4,500 were Syrians.

Turkish officials said they sent back most of the people back to their countries of origin except for the Syrians, who were sent back to the Turkish town where they originally registered as refugees.

The governor of the Turkish-Greek border region of Edirne reported that over 90,000 migrants were arrested between January and September 2019, a big increase from the 30,000 arrested in the same region in 2016.

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