Refugees and migrants once again raised the uprising in the hot spot of Moria on the island of Lesbos on Tuesday. According to preliminary data, they set fire to the buildings on the campsite and outside it, and do not allow anyone to get close to the place, including fire engines that arrived on call, but can not extinguish the flames.
Two firefighting aircraft had to be used to extinguish the flames, which winds were transferred to neighboring olive groves, while migrants blocked the streets with garbage cans and caused damage to parked cars.
The revolt takes place only a week after the riots in the same camp, when migrants, disappointed by poor living conditions, delays in processing their applications for asylum or deportation to Turkey, set fire to their own tents.
According to sources, the police were summoned to the camp because of clashes between groups of migrants, mainly from African countries.