Report: Here alone 3,000 migrants cross the border into Europe - every day

Report: Here alone 3,000 migrants cross the border into Europe - every day
In Greece, on the border with Macedonia, the Danish TV2 reporter, Ulla Terkelsen, has found an open border crossing where migrants are free to enter Europe.

No authorities try to stop them, hold them back or register them.

Because Macedonia does not view this migrant movement as their problem.

This means that officially, about 3,000 refugees and migrants are crossing the border here daily.

But having observed the open border crossing for three-quarter day, Ulla Terkelsen assesses that there are lots more.

- It has become the preferred and safest route into Europe. Here they do not have to travel the long, dangerous trip across the Mediterranean, but instead through Turkey, says a slightly breathless Ulla Terkelsen as she follows in the midst of the constant influx of migrants.

She describes the situation as a modern human migration - without control.

Most of them come from Syria and Iraq. They have crossed the border into Turkey, then via Greece and now Macedonia, and most are in a good mood as they think that they are welcome in Europe, and that we will receive them with open arms. The question is whether they are right or not, says Ulla Terkelsen.

With the current official number of people going through this unrestricted border crossing, it would mean that at least 1,095,000 migrants and refugees, mainly Muslims, will enter into Europe on this road alone in a year.

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