Refugees arriving to Greece via Mytileme island, on their way to Athens, Thessaloniki and finaly Eidomeni border to Republick of Macedonia where they cross on foot in order to continue their trip to northern EU countries.
The moment of arrival is the happiest for the sea battered refugees.
Refugees arriving on beaches near Molyvos village in Lesvos island. Thousands of them come from Turkey, crossing the sea border on inflatable dinghy boats, on a dangerous trip that has claimed many lives. Local people or NGOs expect them and help them in some places but after their arrival, most of them have to walk to the nearest village where they can hope for a places on busses that can take them to the city of Mytilene where they can register and eventually board on a ferry to Athens. Many decide to walk the distance as the busses aren’t enough to accommodate the large number of people that arrive daily.