Syrian refugees claim Greek mafia asks for EUR 200-300 to transfer them though the border

Syrian and Iraqi refugees claim that the Greek mafia asks them to pay EUR 200-300 to transfer them through the border close to the village of Moin, Macedonian Dnevnik daily writes.

The newspaper quotes Iranian woman Bahar Mirat, who was sent to the camp in Gevgelija after the mass entrance into Macedonia through Moin. She added that if she was not allowed to stay in Macedonia and was returned to Greece, she would try to cross the border illegally again.

Dnevnik recalls that the mother of the two sisters, who drowned in the Suva Reka River on Monday, is at the Gevgelija camp, too.


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