Greece getting ready for inflow of Turkish refugees

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A man stands in front of a Turkish army tank at Ataturk airport in Istanbul.

A man stands in front of a Turkish army tank at Ataturk airport in Istanbul.

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A man stands in front of a Turkish army tank at Ataturk airport in Istanbul.

A man stands in front of a Turkish army tank at Ataturk airport in Istanbul.

ANKARA – Greece does not exclude that a mass inflow of refugees from Turkey will come after the attempted military coup, a government source told RIA Novosti.

"A meeting [on Turkey] just ended. The [Greek] islands are ready to accept flows of refugees. The main thing right now is to monitor the inflow of migrants," the source said.

Earlier, it was reported that Greece enhanced airport security and reinforced border protection amid the attempted coup.