Immigration: Norway funds reception center in Greece – on another island that attracts tourists

Molyvos, a town on Lesbos (or Lesvos) Island. Source is a tourist guide.

ATHENS, MAY 29 – Greece and Norway have agreed to use funding from the European Economic Area and Norway Grants to establish a new reception center on the island of Lesvos. This is Norway’s contribution to alleviating the Mediterranean migrant crisis, as GreekReporter website writes quoting The Norway Post.

“A growing number of people are attempting to enter Europe from the Turkish mainland via the islands of Greece. It is crucial that all migrants are registered and that their rights are upheld. All the countries of Europe have a shared responsibility in this context,” said Minister of EEA and European Union Affairs Vidar Helgesen…

Should do wonders for their tourism industry!  Greece has enough problems already…this is not what they need.   They already causing problems on the island of Kos, as we posted yesterday.  Thanks, EU and Norway.

The-Greek-Orthodox-Monastery-in-Mitilinii-Lesvos-WSThe Greek Orthodox Monastery in Mitilinii, Lesvos. Soon they will be demanding mosques. (Same source as above)