The suffering continued as they had neither passports nor health records with them
Incredible adventure lived a mother with her two children who wanted to travel from Piraeus to Crete.
At the entrance of the ship she was not allowed to travel after the certificate of marital status that she had with her was not recognized by the port authorities as a document proving that the two children were hers.
The suffering continued as they had neither passports nor health records with them.
The woman together with her two children, 8 and 5 years old, were in Athens for an unpleasant family occasion, a funeral in particular, and on Monday night they took the road back, but it did not have a pleasant development.
At the entrance of the ship they did not allow the family to travel since the family status certificate she had with her was not recognized by the port authorities as proof that the children were… hers and they demanded either passports or health records.
In response to the woman’s protests that she had not been asked for appropriate papers from the port authority of Heraklion when she traveled a day earlier from Crete, the port officials invoked the letter of the law.
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