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“Return Home”: Greek Police Says “Goodbye” to non-EU Foreigners in 13 Languages

Greek Police will distribute one and a half million leaflets translated into 13 languages and dialects to foreigners from third countries and inform them about the program ‘return home’. The leaflet has been translated into English, French, Spanish, Albanian, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, Bengali, Kurdish, Farsi, Urdu, Pashtun and Dari and the cost of the project is mainly covered by the European Return Home Fund.

Greek Police plans several activities to inform the non-EU citizens how to return to their home countries: information stands and vans , distributions of leaflets to municipalities, Foreigners’ Department, migrant organisations, diplomatic missions.

The program was designed by Athens Aliens Directorate in cooperation with the Press Office of Ministry for Public Order & Citizen Protection, in order to increase the returns of non-EU foreigners back home without incurring cost. (

PS Of course, if these foreigners could spare 300,001 euro and invest into real estate , they would most probably were allowed to stay here…

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  1. Who wrote this? Did you give it even a cursory skim read? It’s full of errors!

    • who so you think wrote this?

    • Hey Aimee, If you are going to be judgemental to KTG, you should remember one thing that I learned from my Grandtather,

      “Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you criticize them, you are a mile away from them and you have their shoes.”

  2. Is Cursory skim similiar to 3.5% milk fat or 1.5% skim? I never get it. And I don’t think I’ve ever heard KTG every cursory at any one, in fact she doesn’t allow anyone to cursory at others.