Police took out a rally on Friday in riot gear, in which hundreds of protesters were removed from the truck. The unfortunate migrants were rendered homeless in a recent fire at the country’s largest refugee camp on Lesbos Island. Protests erupted next to a makeshift camp set up for refugees on the Greek border. Police got into action at once. The UK news outlet BBC told this news in a report.
Around 13,000 refugees were staying in the camp where the fire broke out on Wednesday. They were desperate to get out of the island at any cost.
Refugees are now being resettled to another location on the island of Kera Tape following the burning of the previous camp. Police said so far about 200 people have been taken to the new camp.
According to the BBC, many refugees are still living in the fields or on the roadside with their families.
Although there were about 13,000 refugees, the burning desperate camp had a capacity of only 3,000. Although there are people from around 70 countries, most of them are citizens of Afghanistan.