Lesbos Updates

The Camp of Moria, the biggest migrant accommodation camp in Europe has been destroyed in a series of fires. The Ministry of Migration and Asylum is working tirelessly since, in order to provide shelter and supplies to the people who lost their accommodation and belongings.

In this page you will find official information, updates and instructions regarding the situation in Lesbos, the migrants and the efforts of the Ministry.

The fire that destroyed the RIC of Moria

On the night of Tuesday, September the 8th, multiple fires broke out at the Moria Reception and Identification Center. These fires were allegedly started by asylum seekers due to the quarantine imposed to the camp after 35 asylum seekers were found positive for COVID-19. Following an investigation by the Hellenic Police, 4 adult Afghans and

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Respect and solidarity

Dear migrant, if you are in Lesvos, the only safe place for you and your family is in the new camp. There, the Greek State guarantees your safety and provides you with electricity, water, medical care, wifi etc. Inform only from the official authorities. Do not trust anyone else, they are using you. Families, children

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Viber Community

The Ministry of Migration and asylum has created a Viber Community in order to provide accurate and timely information regarding issues of migration and asylum.  Please click on the following link, or san the QR code in order to connect:

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Your temporary accommodation in Lesbos is ready.

Please come to the camp. Your stay in the camp will guarantee decent living conditions, medical treatment, and supplies for you and your family. Keep in mind that if you don’t come to the camp you will not be able to leave Lesbos. The Asylum procedures will only take place in the camp. Warning !

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Viber Community

 Viber Community for Issues of Migration and Asylum

The Ministry of Migration and asylum has created a Viber Community in order to provide accurate and timely information regarding issues of migration and asylum. Please click on the following link, or scan the QR code in order to connect: