The missing packages in Greece this holiday have brought to the forefront the lack of proper packages in the country.
According to Europol, there are just 2,600 packages with missing or damaged contents in the EU, while the EU average is 4,200 packages missing or in bad condition.
This was despite the fact that packages worth €500 million were sent to Greece from the EU in 2016, and this is more than triple the amount sent in 2014.
It’s no secret that the EU is still struggling to contain the pandemic.
In the meantime, there’s been an increase in the number of packages that have gone missing.
In fact, Europol has reported that more than 200 packages with damaged contents have gone unreported, with the majority of the cases coming from Spain.
In addition, there were more than 60 packages that had their contents damaged, with a total of about 7,600 package missing.
Spain was the first country to experience an increase of missing packages this holiday season, with more than 100 packages reported missing, compared to just seven last year.
While some have suggested that the increase in missing packages could be linked to the European Central Bank’s decision to cut interest rates, Eurozone finance ministers have said they have no intention of raising rates.
The EU is now preparing for the pandemics pandemic, and the EU has a clear strategy to handle the situation.EU leaders have said that they want to provide adequate assistance to those in need of aid, and they have even agreed to provide aid to those countries that are experiencing severe shortages.
However, with just 1,500 new cases being reported in the UK this week, it’s not yet clear how much assistance is going to be available to the UK.