Greece accuses workers from foreign non-governmental aid organisations of helping migrants enter from Turkey.

Refugees and migrants from the destroyed Moria camp wait to board buses on the island of Lesbos, Greece [Elias Marcou/Reuters]

Greek police have accused 35 people, among them two foreign nationals, from several foreign non-governmental aid organisations of illegally helping refugees and migrants to enter from Turkey.

Those accused allegedly provided information to people-smugglers, in at least 32 instances, on the Greek coastguard’s position and possible locations to disembark on the Aegean island of Lesbos.

The group faces criminal charges related to organised crime and espionage, police said on Monday.

It was not clear from the statement whether any arrests were made.

Two foreign nationals – identified by

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