Refugees were said to have been tortured and beaten by soldiers before being sent into the country
Refugees from Turkey showed the wounded body and claimed that they were attributable to Greek soldiers.
One of the refugees said he was badly wasted by soldiers, which is why his legs were broken in several places, blindfolded and burned with cigarettes.
A third refugee claimed that the authorities had confiscated his money, and many other complaints were registered by other refugees.
Her complaints and complaints are part of an increase in complaints against Greek soldiers on the border with Turkey.
Hundreds of people were reportedly tortured last year before being pushed back to the border.
Under international law, Greece has to register illegal settlers entering the territory, which Turkey claims to be violating.
It was only this year that they claimed that Greece had returned some 25,404 undocumented immigrants, and there were many complaints, including torture, which these immigrants were exposed to.
Pakistani nationals were among the 30 men who came to Greece on foot last week. He said the group had been arrested when it went to Xanthi but was later handed over to Greek soldiers who had physically tortured them.
“They took us near the river, got into the boat and hit the head with a stick.”
Greece is currently wrestling with a number of immigrants both on the mainland and on the island. There are camps on five islands in the Aegean (Chios, Lesbos, Kos, Samos, Leros) with an official capacity of 6,178 people.
The camp found that in just two days, about 36,000 women, children and men were in very poor health.
The European Union and Turkey signed a refugee agreement in March 2016 to curb illegal immigration from the Aegean.