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Greek PM’s Easter Message for the Residents of Mariupol

ATHENS – Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis expressed Greece’s thoughts for the citizens of Ukraine over the Greek Easter, especially the residents of Mariupol, in a tweet he posted in English on Holy Thursday.

“On these Holy Days of Orthodox Easter, our prayers are with the citizens of Ukraine and, more than ever, the people trapped in Mariupol,” Mitsotakis said, referring to the city under siege by Russians which has historically been home to a large ethnic Greek community. “In accordance with international law and common humanity, they must be given safe passage out of the besieged city,” the PM urged.

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