В рамках соглашения Анкары и ЕС, в обмен на каждого возвращаемого в Турцию мигранта Европа будет принимать одного легального беженца
Greece will begin deporting migrants back to Turkey on Monday from Mytilini's port, April 3, 2016.
A camp at Mantamados sits empty, April 3, 2016. Aid workers at the site said the drop in the number of arrivals since the agreement between the European Union and Turkey is the reason, but Doctors Without Borders officials said the cause is unclear.
European Union nations have sent resources to Lesbos to help Greece deport migrants in accordance with the EU-Turkey agreement, April 3, 2016. A British Border Force cutter stands ready to assist in Mytilini harbor.
Residents of Lesbos peer into a British cutter that has been sent as part of a European Uunion force to assist Greece in returning migrants to Turkey, April 3, 2016.
A sign near the Mantamados migrant camp, which now sits empty, welcomes arriving migrants, April 3, 2016. That welcome no longer exists following the announcement of the EU Turkey deal.
Michele Telaro, field coordinator for Medecins Sans Frontieres, in Lesbos, April 3, 2016. "MSF has a lot of concerns about the agreement in general,” Telaro told VOA.
Lesbos Mayor Spyros Galinos told VOA Sunday: “Today, Europe is at a crossroads. One way it leads to an enlightened Europe of hope, of peace, of solidarity, one that defends human values and the other to a dark, Fascist past."
Authorities have been working to empty camps like this one, near the village of Mantamados, and transferring them to detention centers in the southern part of the island to await processing, April 2, 2016
An unofficial migrant camp outside Lesbos' main city, Mytilini, April 2, 2016.