What is it like with the refugees? 11 Feb 2016, 14:00 Greece in general and Kos in particular is far, far safer than Egypt – not just at the minute but has been in the last five decades.
Feb 11, 2016 · What is it like with the refugees? Feb 17, 2016, 8:18 AM I know what you mean though headlines are again misleading, they are going to place them in Empty army Camps,because the conditions are better for them rather than camping on the Beach.
Feb 11, 2016 · I’m planning on taking my little girl who will be neary 2 to Kos in September, I just wondered what is like at the minute with the refugees there,. Will it be safe …
Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, but Amnesty International and other groups have stated that the United States is not safe for refugees. My country, the country I served, that my
The refugees don’t want to be in Kos, or even Greece, they want to make their way to Northern Europe.The only way for them to get off Kos is to be issued temporary travel documents by the police, so they stay close to the police station or wherever else the police are issuing the documents, and the port so they can get the first available ferry
Kos also made the front pages last summer when refugees were temporarily “housed” in tents strung along the main promenade in Kos Town – a seafront walkway between the medieval castle and
Video: The tiny Greek island sinking under Europe’s refugee crisis There’s another kind of crossover in places such as Kos and Lesbos.
Your all-inclusive resort is some distance from Kos town. You are unlikely to come into contact with the refugees unless you make an excursion to the island’s capital.
The migrant crisis in Kos is deterring holidaymakers from visiting, new research has suggested, with inquiries for accommodation on the Greek island falling by 52 per cent in the last week.
The authorities on Kos have also set up short-term refugee accommodation just outside Kos Town, and organised ferry transfers of migrants on to the port of Piraeus, on the Greek mainland. With regard to tourist safety, there has been little if no crime attributed to migrants, but of course for holidaymakers the sadness of the plight of these refugees can be disturbing.
THERE has been a lot of fuss about a recent Daily Mail article, in which British holiday-makers moaned that their stay on the Greek island of Kos, just a couple of miles off the shores of Turkey