“Greece must immediately ensure that asylum-seekers, unaccompanied children and children of irregular migrants have free access to the public health system”
Amnesty International is profoundly concerned about the continuing failure of the Greek authorities to ensure that asylum-seekers and unaccompanied children can access free healthcare in the public health system, as provided by Law 4368/2016. Amnesty International calls on the Greek authorities to urgently take action to ensure that asylum-seekers, unaccompanied children and children born in Greece whose parents have irregular status can access free healthcare through the National Health System, in line with national legislation and Greece’s obligations under EU and international law.
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