Yes, they have somewhere else to go, back to the refugee camps that they came from, dotting the areas surrounding the areas of conflict.
Don’t ever accept at face value the disingenuous meme ”they have no place to go”. This kind of scenario is all the more reason to reject any new flooding of new migrants seeking better living conditions in Europe.
Biblical flood of despair: A haunting and deeply worrying dispatch from a Greece swamped by migrants with nowhere to go
PAUL BRACCHI reports from Athens. PAUL BRACCHI reports from Athens. More than 22,000 migrants have been left stranded in Greece and a state of emergency will be declared if no solution is found. One in five people is a refugee, according to the Greek migration minister. The former international airport has even been converted into a migrant centre. Nato’s presence in the Aegean Sea has done nothing to ease the problem.