UNHCR Concerned About Conditions of Evacuees From Idomeni

At a briefing in Geneva on Friday, UNHCR spokeswoman Melissa Fleming called on Greek authorities, with financial support from the European Union, to find "better alternatives quickly" for some of those moved out from Idomeni, which is near the Macedonian border.

Snakes issue at "Vinojug" transit camps

NGO Legis have already reacted to this problem and they say that precautions are being made to prevent problems. TV Nova talked to Tara Petkovska who is a volunteer in Legis and says that preparations have already started by clearing the terrain from grass around the refugee camp in Gevgelija.

Greece Begins Moving Refugees Out of Idomeni Camp

The refugees had been living in squalid conditions for months, hoping to be allowed to cross the border and head toward a better life in Northern or Western Europe, a vain hope as the frontier has been closed to all migrants.

What did we learn from the migrant crisis?

One of the panels was dedicated to the refugee crisis with the title: “What did we learn from the migrant crisis?”and was moderated by Milka Smilevska, journalist and correspondent from Macedonia for the news channel Al-Jazeera.

Balkan states filter migrant flow

Jasmin Redzepi, president of Macedonian NGO LEGIS whose activists have been helping refugees and migrants at the border with Greece, said by telephone that Macedonia was also allowing only Iraqis, Afghans and Syrians into the country.

Serbia, Macedonia limit entry of refugees by nationality: UNHCR

Jasmin Redzepi, president of Macedonian NGO LEGIS whose activists have been helping refugees and migrants at the border with Greece, told AFP by telephone that Macedonia was also allowing only Iraqis, Afghans and Syrians into the country.

Macedonia Refugee Camp Braces for Winter

Volunteers working at the refugee camp near the border town of Gevgelija say things are better organised now than back in the summer - but the onset of winter has them worried.