Two people dead and utter chaos are the account of the fire that broke out on Sunday afternoon in the Moria camp, bringing back to the scene the refugees issue.
The Greek Government is gearing up in order to decongest the camp, as the situation is raging, while the Deputy Minister for Migration Issues George Koumoutsakos is heading to Turkey to discuss this major problem.
According to the Ministry of Health, from the conflicts that occurred, 17 refugees were taken to the hospital, including nine men, six women and two children, icluding one infant.
It should be noted that in the announcement of the Ministry of Health, it is stated that only the charred body of a woman was transported by car in the hospital morgue, but there was no reference considering the body of the child.
The fire that broke out in Moria on Sunday, resulted in the burning of two people, a mother and a child. These horrible deaths resulted in the rage of hundreds of refugees, who lashed out on anything they saw.
There were episodes while refugees did not let the firefighters approach the scene to extinguish the fire. Refugees also attacked the firefighters with huge stones.
Hundreds of refugees at first attacked the premises of the Asylum Service and then the the administration premises of the CTO.
In fact, they destroyed hovels and set fire in the trash.