Greece blasts ‘lies’ in EU migrant talks

One million migrants and refugees came to Europe in 2015Greece lashed out on Monday at what it called "lies" by its EU partners following calls for Athens to be suspended from the Schengen passport-free zone if it fails to staunch the flow of migrants into Europe. At a tense meeting of EU interior ministers in Amsterdam, Austria and Germany urged Greece — the European gateway for thousands of migrants each day — to do more to tackle the continent's worst migration crisis since World War II. "We are tired to listen that we cannot secure our borders," Mouzalas told reporters in Amsterdam.


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