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Iliopoulos Reiterates Clear Condemnation of Russian Invasion in Ukraine

ATHENS – Main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance spokesperson Nasos Iliopoulos on Tuesday reiterated his party’s “clear condemnation” of the Russian invasion in Ukraine, in an interview with “Sto Kokkino 105.5” radio station.

Iliopoulos stated that “what is happening today in Ukraine is a gross violation of international law” and that “Greece, for all the reasons of the world, must be against any revisionist thinking with respect to international law, against any perception that raises an issue of changing borders.”

He noted that “the demand for sanctions against Russia must be clear. A country that violates international law in this way must face consequences,” he said, stressing the need to fully support the refugees. “This is also an element of international law,” he added.

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