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Mitsotakis’ Message on the World Greek Language Day (Video)

February 9, 2021

ATHENS — "Greek is the language of Homer and Aristotle. But also the language of Seferis and Elytis. A starting point of history and culture. A compass of today and beacon for the future. A bridge over borders, embracing the world. That's why we learn Greek. To speak and feel Greek," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Tuesday on World Greek Language Day, organised by Deputy Foreign Minister in charge of Hellenes Abroad, Konstantinos Vlassis.

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