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Gennimata’s Message on “OXI” Day Anniversary

October 28, 2020

ATHENS — United, Greeks can turn the impossible into the possible, Movement for Change (KINAL) leader Fofi Gennimata said on Wednesday, the anniversary of the historic day of October 28.

"The struggles of our people are linked to the great 'No's against slavery, fascism, oppression, and suppression," Gennimata said, noting that "the Greek spirit that marked the Albanian saga and Resistance invite us today to stand up against the new threats – decisively against Turkish provocations, and in a daily battle to get rid of the Nazis."

In her message, the KINAL leader also expressed her support to Armed Forces personnel and to doctors and nursing staff fighting to keep people alive.

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