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How to help refugees in Greece

Greece has been overwhelmed by the refugee crisis and has stepped up its aid efforts to help those who have fled.

In the wake of a series of deadly attacks by migrants on Greek police and military, the country has taken several steps to stem the flow.

The country has stepped in with its own set of measures and has taken the first steps to ease visa restrictions and limit entry to Greek citizens, which have been in place for months.

Here are the top 10 ways to help people who have been fleeing the war in Syria.1.

Help Greece get its act together.

In recent days, Greece has launched a nationwide effort to ease the restrictions on visitors to the country.

Greek police have been issued with new security cards, as well as new IDs for their officers and soldiers.

While there has been no word yet on when the new IDs will be issued, Greek Prime Minister Nikos Kotzias has pledged that the country will take care of them.2.

Help refugees in Turkey.

Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has told reporters that Turkey will continue to help the country get its security back on track.

“We are prepared to take in people from Turkey, even if they are not Turks, who are refugees,” he said.3.

Help with legal aid.

Since the beginning of the crisis, Greek authorities have taken several legal steps to help asylum seekers.

In June, the Greek government began to offer a legal aid program, which has already attracted some 3,000 clients, according to Agence France-Presse.4.

Take back control of Greece’s borders.

The country is now in the process of returning to its traditional border-control practices.

Greek border controls were relaxed a year ago, allowing for more people to cross the border into the country than they had been allowed.

However, that has not always been enough for refugees, who have found themselves on the fringes of the country in order to get in.

Greece has also stepped up the security measures it has put in place in response to the surge of refugees.5.

Help those who are already here.

Many of the refugees who have entered Greece have been on Greek soil for years, and they are used to seeing their families there.

Some have also come to Greece with family members who have not yet been able to return home.

In many cases, they have found a new home in Greece, where they are being given temporary visas and a chance to start new lives.6.

Find a way to get the country’s help.

As a result of the government’s efforts to ease restrictions on foreigners, many refugees are unable to leave Greece, especially those who don’t have citizenship and have been living in the country for many years.

The government has been encouraging the government to help by offering up to $500,000 for help in the event of an emergency.7.

Help Greeks who have come to Europe in recent years.

Many refugees who arrived in Europe before the crisis are not aware that they have been granted temporary visas.

However a number of refugees who are now living in Greece have reached out to the government in recent months, urging the government not to turn away people who are seeking to get their lives back on the right track.8.

Help the Greek economy.

The government has said it will step up efforts to boost the Greek exports in light of the current crisis.

In the latest economic data released by the country on Sunday, exports were up by 5.3 percent on a year earlier.9.

Support Greece’s asylum seekers and refugees.

Greek Prime Minister Ahrok Sisak has also pledged to help any refugees who seek asylum in Greece.

In an interview with a local newspaper, Sisac said that “people who are fleeing violence, are being denied asylum in Europe.”10.

Support a humanitarian crisis.

Many Greek refugees have come from the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, but those who remain in Greece face an array of challenges including economic hardship, unemployment and political instability.

The UNHCR is offering help to those who need it most, as is the European Union.