Authorities began setting up temporary tents for homeless migrants on the island of Lesbos on Friday (September 11) after flying them in on military helicopters.
Thousands of migrants remained stranded on the streets for a third day, sleeping on streets, in parking lots, olive groves, even cemeteries.
Many had set up camping tents or were making makeshift shelters from tarps, rope and branches on the streets and sidewalks.
Following a visit to Lesbos, European Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas said a new camp would be set up on Lesbos with modern facilities to replace Moria.
Germany said on Friday it would take in more than one hundred migrants from Lesbos.