On the Greek island of Lesbos in the camp of migrants Moriya about 70 people from Pakistan and Bangladesh attacked the offices of the European office on asylum (EASO), in protest against the delay in processing of their applications, reports Reuters, citing the Greek authorities and the European Union.
According to police, migrants threw stones, installed in the camp containers, where mobile offices EASO and burned blankets and Molotov cocktails, destroying three buildings.
Press Secretary EASO Jean-Pierre Schembri said the attack occurred when officers conducted the interviews with asylum, in the end, the workers and migrants who came to the interview, had to be evacuated from the camp. “Today they burn our offices, some time we will not be able to work. You need to be more police,” he said.
In Twitter EASO is a picture of the burnt containers, with the clarification that neither staff nor the migrants were not injured.
A no of EASO mobile office were today damaged in Moria. All staff & migrants r safe. EASO Ops in Moria is suspended for today pic.twitter.com/6OreZTrkVN