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Greek Tourism Min on Kos to Welcome International Flight

KOS, Greece — Tourism Minister Haris Theocharis will visit on Monday the island of Kos accompanied by Deputy Tourism Minister Manos Konsolas to attend a key event for the restart of the Greek economy after the outbreak of the pandemic. The reason of the visit to the island is to welcome the first international flight which will land at a Greek regional airport.

At 12:30 Theocharis will meet with the local tourist agents at the town hall. At 14:15 he will give a press conference at the same venue.

On Monday at 18:00, Theocharis will be at the airport of Kos to welcome the first international flight that will land at a regional Greek airport. It is a TUI flight from Germany that will bring to Greece 170 doctors. The German doctors’ trip to Greek is symbolic as it is held in recognition and gratitude for their contribution against the spread of the coronavirus in Germany. TUI top officials will be also among the group German doctors that will come to Kos.

On Tuesday at 09:00, Theocharis will have a working meeting with TUI officials at Robinson club Daidalos hotel at town Antimachia and afterwards he will give a press conference.

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