President Sakellaropoulou visits National Museum of Contemporary Art. (Photo by Eurokinissi)
ATHENS — President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou paid a visit to the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) to mark International Museum Day on Tuesday.
Sakellaropoulou expressed her pleasure to be visiting the EMST, as well as the fact that it is gradually returning to full daily operation.
"I am glad that this important museum is finally delivered to the citizens and to the artistic community, for which its first director Anna Kafetsi worked tirelessly. A museum capable of promoting contemporary Greek creativity and at the same time to connect it to the international artistic stage," she said.
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