The Lavrion camp, described by Türkiye as a "nest of terror" been evacuated.
The Lavrion Camp near Athens, which Türkiye regards as a "terrorist nest", was evacuated. While 53 people inside were taken to other camps, it was stated that the camp, which was built in 1947, was evacuated due to its poor condition.
53 PEOPLE WERE TAKEN TO OTHER CAMPS
An important step came from Athens regarding the Lavrion Camp in Greece, which Türkiye labelled as a "PKK base". In a statement made by the Greek Police Organisation (ELAS), it was stated that 53 people staying in the camp were moved to other camps belonging to the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum.
THE POOR CONDITION OF THE STRUCTURE WAS CITED AS THE REASON
In the statement, it was noted that the camp, built in 1947, was evacuated due to the poor condition of its structures and that there were no problems during the move.
TURKEY LABELLED IT A "PKK BASE"
The images showing the use of Lavrion refugee camp in Greece by the terrorist organisation PKK were on the agenda of the Greek press. The claim that the camp was "a training centre for the PKK" was also reflected in the press. Last year, Turkey reacted to the situation by saying that PKK members were receiving training in Lavrion Camp in Attica region of Greece, while the Greek government rejected this accusation.
PICTURES OF TERRORIST LEADER ÖCALAN WERE HANGING
In the small port city of Lavrion, southeast of Athens, there are posters of the terrorist organisation PKK/YPG and posters of terrorist leader Abdullah Öcalan, and it is known that some supporters of the terrorist organisation have been sheltering for years in the migrant camp supported by the Greek Red Cross.