Orlando Bloom Visits Refugee Detention Center at Greek-FYROM Border



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British actor Orlando Bloom, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador visited a refugee reception center in Gevgelija on the border between FYROM and Greece, on Tuesday, September 29.

Bloom listened to the refugees’ stories about their journeys, concerns and hopes for the future. “These children have travelled through one of the deadliest refugee and migrant routes in the world. I talked to children who endured terrifying journeys, often in extreme weather conditions and for many, walking in the only shoes and clothes they have,” he stated in a news release.

“They are being shuttled from one authority to another, crossing numerous borders, uncertain of the risks ahead. If they arrive safely at their final destination, they still fear an uncertain future. We need to protect and support them,” he added.

Meanwhile, Rajae Msefer Berrada, Deputy Representative for UNICEF in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia added that “Europe is facing one of its greatest crises in recent times as people are fleeing the areas of conflicts which are left unresolved. We must provide services in countries where children are on the move, and in countries of origin and destination, for play, healthcare and protection. We must put children’s best interests at the heart of our action and ensure families are kept together throughout their journey. We cannot fail these children.”

The chaotic scenes that took place near the Greece-FYROM border over the last two months have greatly improved. However, a large number of people, including children and women, are not being registered at the border, noted UNICEF. This raises concerns that those who need help may not have access to the services that they need.


4 COMMENTS

  1. If your car is not working in thew morning is it the fault of Israel or the Jew? For you it’s all the fault of the Jews. I’m not saying that they are all good people, but most are.
    You are suffering from a persecution complex, something some Jews suffer from too, so you have a common point with some Jews. I feel bad for you because you are suffering. I really hope that you can fix your personal problems and doing so stop hating others for no real reasons.

  2. So let me guess The Plan for a Greater IsraHell is just my persecution complex? Not to mention what barbara lerner specter has said in the past?

    What do you make of Henry Kissinger saying in 1983, before a group of rabbis, that an economic crisis should be created in Greece and Cyprus in order for IsraHell to control the energy reserves in the eastern Mediterranean?

    Are yoy Jewish John?

  3. As a matter of fact I’m Catholic and my wife is Orthodox: if you are happy to know my family religions.

    Can you please give me serious sources (not a conspiracy magazine) about your quotes of Henry Kissinger on those subjects?

    The plan for a greater Israel is a nationalist plan that is quite regrettable as every nationalism is a serious problem. But as far as I know it is not the official policy of Israel, even if that state (as any state) could and should rightly be judged for the injustice it commits (in this case the Palestinians for instance).

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