Greece: One of Two Missing Tourists in Chalkidiki Found Alive

THESSALONIKI – One of two men that went missing on Saturday in the sea region of Possidi, Chalkidiki, was found alive a few while after noon on Sunday by a freighter that was taking part in the rescue operation.

The 30-year old tourism was found swimming 14 nautical miles south-southwest of Kassandra and the condition of health is relatively good.

The search and rescue operation for the second missing man aged 28 continue.

The two tourists on Saturday went swimming along with another friend aged 25 who was rescued by the Coast Guard, and were swept away by currents after diving οf a cliff named “Ammoglossa Myti”.


ATHENS - As he did with Albania over the jailing of ethnic Greek Fredi Beleri after winning a mayoral election, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Greece will stymie North Macedonia’s hopes of joining the European Union if a new government insists on calling it Macedonia.

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