They are tired, hungry and live in frost under bombs. But now a new glimpse may be opening up for Syrian children from stolen childhood. The German coalition committee (Große Koalition) has decided that between one thousand and one thousand and 500 children and adolescents currently living in refugee camps in Greece will be welcomed in Germany
Nine years of conflict in Syria and to pay the costs are mainly them, the children. To the frost in the tents, far from their destroyed houses and too often orphans. They live between bombs and shots, without a smile anymore. For them it is possible to activate humanitarian corridors and send aid through associations operating on the spot, but Germany has fortunately taken one more step.
As reported by the Br24, the coalition committee has agreed on the entry of children and adolescents into the country. They are mainly female and very vulnerable because they are sick, malnourished or orphaned. The decision has been taken, but the ways of activating the humanitarian corridor and the entry of these children into Germany are still unclear. In these hours, Angela Merkel is expected to receive the Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis.
For some time, mayors of as many as 140 German cities have been active to allow Syrian refugees to enter the country. A humanitarian act due to men, women and children who are not guilty, except that they ended up in the middle of a bloody war that destroyed houses, cities and families. The federal government has already allocated € 125 million in emergency aid to nearly one million refugees in the Idyr region of northern Syria.
Even in Italy there are many municipalities that are taking action to help Syrian families. The displaced are one million three hundred thousand, an approximate number, however. Armed police officers monitor the border with Greece and do not allow refugees to pass through. The Syrian regime intensifies attacks on Idlib against Turkish positions. Whole families, to escape the violence, poured into refugee camps which to date have more than doubled compared to 2017 in terms of size and overcrowding.