T. McVeigh: Sympathy for migrants on Kos

Juni 2015 – ‘”While the biggest entry route into the European Union for migrants remains international airports, the “eastern Mediterranean route”, as Frontex calls the Turkish-Greek routes, is now a migratory “hotspot”. Tracy McVeigh, correspondent of The Guardian on Kos Island reports on this issue. “The Greeks have had bad times, many have nothing,” says Batoor Sulimankhel from Afganistan. “This is hospitality. People with nothing understand more than people who have everything.”

Read the complete article at: theguardian.com: Sympathy and solidarity for migrants on Kos beaches as two worlds collide

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