Well-known Greek writer Apostolos Doxiades published on Facebook an accusation that Greek soldiers “abducted” Turkish fugitives who were requesting political asylum in Greece and handed them over to Erdogan.In fact, the complaint is accompanied by photographs.
The post of Apostolos Doxiadis:
DISCLOSURE: ABDUCTION OF THREE TURKISH FUGITIVES LAST NIGHT BY STATE OFFICIALS
On the morning of June 6, 2019, three Turkish engineers crossed Evros and arrived, walking, to the police station in Evros asking for political asylum. Later, they were transferred to the police station of Neos Chimionios, Evros, with a truck with a military camouflage without license plates (photograph) by state bodies of unknown authority. In Neos Chimionios (from where the photograph of the three, back, with a state worker visible next to them) the three were held for a few hours. The police took their money and whatever papers they had on them, and with the same van they carried them to Evros, where they handed them on an inflatable boat o Turks in civilian clothes, who violently took them to the other bank. They are already in the dungeons of Erdogan.
The Greek Prime Minister, the Minister of Citizen Protection, the Minister of Immigration, and the Minister of National Defense have to explain immediately!