Athens: The European Union has affianced to spend 80 million euros (USD 88 million) on a housing intrigue for migrants and haven speakers stranded in Greece.
Kristalina Georgieva, a EU Commissioner for Budget and Human resources, sealed an agreement now for a lease funding module due to launch subsequent year.
Thousands of stranded refugees are now housed in aged venues from a 2004 Olympics or are sleeping in tents pitched in city squares and parks in Athens.
More than 750,000 migrants and refugees have crossed by Greece this year, anticipating to transport to executive and northern Europe, though Macedonia and other Balkan countries final month callous limit rules, restricting crossings to nationals from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Under a scheme, migrants will accept hotel vouchers or checks to live in empty apartments.