Mitsotakis Speaks with Students of the Muslim Religious Minority of Thrace

ATHENS — Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis spoke with students of the Pachni Kindergarten in Xanthi via video conference on Tuesday morning.

The prime minister watched the lesson, which is once again happening in person, via an online linke while the 17 children in the kindergarten class expressed their joy at returning to school.

The class are children who belong to the Muslim religious minority of Thrace and speak excellent Greek, which they are taught in their school, and sang a song about the coronavirus which they wrote themselves to the prime minister.


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