Greek Minister for Civil Protection, Michalis Chrysochoidis and the head of the EU’s border control force Frontex, Fabrice Leggeri, visited the Evros region on Wednesday.
The minister informed Leggeri about the situation prevailing on the Greek-Turkish border, as well the progress made in the construction of the fence.
The two also inspected the Border Surveillance Centre at Nea Vissa, the border crossing stations of Kipoi and Kastanies, and visited the local Frontex unit.
#Frontex Director Leggeri: “Here on the island of Lesvos, I can see that Greece is stronger and Frontex is stronger. But we cannot forget the challenges we have at the borders, including COVID.” pic.twitter.com/iZyXD75TlA
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