Israel has provided the Greek state with 1.5 tons of medicine to take care of refugees arriving at the Greece.
The medicine was delivered to Greece on Monday after Israel coordinated the supply with Greek Minister of Health Andreas Xanthos. The medicine will be dispensed in areas where there is a need for medical care for large numbers of refugees, including the center of Athens and the Greek island of Lesvos, Samos, Kos and Rhodes.
Israeli non government organizations, such as IsraAID are also assisting with the refugee crisis in Greece, the Israeli embassy in Athens noted. These NGOs are working with the Greek government as well as the United Nations Refugee Agency and the International Organization for Migration, to offer medical and mental support to migrants and refugees.