Today, 175 asylum seekers leaving Greece will be accepted by Germany in accordance with the Dublin Agreement and with the aim of family reunification.
Out of the 175 asylum seekers, 85 were unaccompanied children, while the other group of 90 were family members with children.
Officials stress that the adoption of asylum seekers by other countries in this way has also contributed to efforts to reduce the burden of migrants on the islands.
Germany has accepted unaccompanied asylum children who have left Greece in the past.
However, the government continues to process the voluntary repatriation of asylum seekers. Within this framework, it aims to send 5,000 people back to the countries where they voluntarily came from.