Brussels and Berlin plan to send armed forces to Greek-FYROM Border
To better handle the refugee crisis causing struggle in Europe, the EU is considering adopting tougher measures to stop the refugee flow originating from Greece. In this context, the plan to strengthen the borders between Greece and FYROM is gaining popularity and has been discussed as an effective solution.
Sending troops to the Greek-FYROM border in order to control or even stop the flow of refugees to other European countries was a suggestion apparently discussed between European officials, including Greeks, Turks and former Yugoslavia countries’ officials. A plan that have already been partly implement as Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia and Slovenia have sent police forces to conduct border patrols.
However, doubts concerning this plan are rising, since it essentially leads to EU member states standing against Greece, and siding with FYROM a non-EU state. This solution could put Greece in danger of being trapped between the European closed borders and the massive flow of refugees from Turkey.
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