Complex bureaucracy and poor coordination are dooming Greece’s efforts to cope with a relentless migration wave that is stretching its capacity to breaking point, experts told a European Union conference yesterday. “Police are making an enormous effort at the [GreekTurkish border] region despite being understaffed and under-resourced,” Yiannis Dimitrakopoulos from the EU’s fact-finding Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) told the conference. “However there is no local operational coordinating mechanism. Local authorities are not involved. Other actors are not involved,” he said. The EU official, who headed an exploratory mission to the GreekTurkish border in January, noted that undocumented migrants were still held under “inhuman” conditions often due to local organizational chaos.