Migrants on Greek islands to be offered €2,000 to go home

Migrants on Greek islands to be offered €2,000 to go home

The EU says it will pay €2,000 each to migrants in overcrowded camps on the Greek islands willing to go back to their home countries. The amount is more than 5 times the sum offered to migrants to help them rebuild their lives in their country of origin, under voluntary returns programmes run by the UN. The scheme is temporary - open for 1 month - and only for migrants who arrived before 1 Jan.

David
David
porcus
porcus 2 weeks

I see Europe is relying on an ancient habit of paying off it's invaders, thus demonstrating concretely to the invaders just how worthwhile it is to invade Europe. Expect the illegal aliens to repeat this later this year and next year and the next year...

Rational ific
Rational ific 2 weeks

How stupid are they? (I think I already know the answer.) Rubber bullets are a lot cheaper, and they actually dissuade people instead of enticing them.

Jax Milovitch
Jax Milovitch 2 weeks

How about you send them with no money and shoot them if they refuse. It is not their home to invade

Steven
Steven 2 weeks

Yeah um .... who’s money was that again?

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 2 weeks

Just round them up put them on a boat and send them home.

david dindu
david dindu 2 weeks

id take it and make a u turn

Max Bants
Max Bants 2 weeks

How about you pay 2000 euros to the fucking border guards as a bonus and let them do their job!

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 2 weeks

Imagine the boatloads that'll come now. Some people have no idea how feedback works.

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