FM Thanks Albania for Honouring the Victims of the Tragic Train Collision

ATHENS – The Greek foreign ministry thanked Albania for honouring the victims of the tragic train collision in Tempi in a tweet late on Sunday night.

“A warm thank you to Albania’s government, state and public institutions as well as its diplomatic missions which honoured the victims of the tragic train collision in Tempi by lowering their flags at half-mast on this day of mourning,” the foreign ministry posted on Twitter.

“Sincere condolences to the victims’ families and loved ones,” it added.


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