“The number (of migrants and refugees) is very large, therefore it is a given, mathematically, that there will be confirmed cases,” Migration Minister Notis Mitarachi told Skai TV. “We have an emergency plan in place … But it is more difficult to implement it on the islands.”
“I use words ‘solidarity’ & ‘together’ a lot. I mean it in a collective sense: people everywhere are experiencing unprecedented disruption due to COVID-19 and if we unite and take evidence-based public health measures, we will end the pandemic faster and emerge more harmonious,” he explained.
12:46 The president of Czechia Milos Zeman has slammed the EU over its response to the pandemic. ”Unfortunately, the EU has failed in this matter,” he told the Blesk newspaper. The 75-year-old leader, well-known for his outspoken remarks, criticized the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, who opposed the closing of the borders in the EU despite not being “an […]
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