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Greek Parties Condemn Attack against Skai TV Building on Sat. Morning

ATHENS – Greek parties and ministers condemned an attack early on Saturday morning against Skai TV in Neo Faliro, which damaged the perimeter walls of the complex.

Police said the incident happened shortly before 02.30, when the unknown perpetrators threw five firebombs at the building.

Three of them landed in the complex and two outside it.

The incident was condemned by the representatives of New Democracy, SYRIZA, Movement for Change (KINAL), Communist Party of Greece, and Greek Solution, and by Government Spokesperson Aristotelia Peloni, Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias, Education Minister Niki Kerameus, and Alternate Interior Minister Stelios Petsas, among others.

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