Lesvos Solidarity, together with the people who support it, in the context of the effort to strengthen the public health system, offered medical and health equipment to the health structures of the island.
This Monday 18th March marks three years since the EU-Turkey deal came into force. On Saturday 16 th March, a solidarity demonstration will take place at 12pm in Sappho Square, Mytilene, called by international actors working for the rights of migrants on the island. Lesvos Solidarity will stand with those across Europe and Greece resisting the deal and the racism and fascism that has been exacerbated as a result. We will be joining those in Athens, Thessaloniki, and around Europe demonstrating at the same time.
On 16 July 2018, following a hearing at the court of Mytilene and an inspection of the PIKPA refugee camp, an application for interim measures against the camp was rejected. The application was submitted by 5 hotel owners and 2 individuals both in the Neapoli area of Mytilene, and referred to risks of lost profits, environmental degradation, risks to public health and detrimental effects on the quality of life in the area. The Municipality of Lesvos as well as the Lesvos Hoteliers Association supported the application for the interim measures.