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the migrant children are learning to speak English but also Greek at a government can't signaling perhaps that their stay in the Mediterranean country will be a long one , eight of tens of thousands more is still unknown they're currently close to fifty four thousand migrant in all of Greece many of which are not affected by the deal , and yet there's no going forward , it is unlikely that many of the Afghan migrants will be granted asylum or be taken into a European Union relocation program where Syrians our priority , therefore their options are limited , they can return to their country but can't anticipate only fifteen so far have gone back , since the border between Greece and Macedonia closed there is growing concern that the markets will try to use Italy and they're near route to the rest of Europe