On Tuesday, Greek law enforcers began clearing the overcrowded, unofficial Idomeni refugee camp with 400 police officers working on the ground in every 8-hour shift.
"People are not being informed of where they are going, and this is far from acceptable. They need to be able to make informed decisions and must be provided with accurate information in order to do so," MSF’s Project Coordinator in Idomeni Michele Telaro said, as quoted in the statement.
The EU states are currently struggling to deal with a refugee influx, with hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict-torn countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Many of them arrive on the Greek coasts, traveling via Turkey and across the Mediterranean Sea.
On Wednesday, President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz called the Idomeni camp, which at some point became a home to 10,000 refugees, "a disgrace" for all of the EU member states that have refused to take in refugees.