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City of Athens to Honor Prince Charles, Russian PM Mishustin

ATHENS — Prince of Wales Charles and Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin will be bestowed the city of Athens' golden medal of honor by Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis, the city announced on Monday.

The prince of Wales and duchess of Cornwall will pay an official visit to Athens on March 24 and 25, to attend events on the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution. The visit follows an invitation by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Russian Federation Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin will visit Athens on March 24 to attend the two-day commemorative events, including a military parade on March 25 at Syntagma Square.

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