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President Sakellaropoulou is Visiting Agathonissi and Lipsi

ATHENS — President of the Republic Katerina Sakellaropolou will visit on Monday the remote Greek islands of Agathonissi and Lipsi. Sakellaropoulou will visit the National Post on Agathonissi and afterwards will meet with the school teachers and the nine pupils of the school and later with the mayor and with the local agencies at the town hall. Sakellaropoulou will also pay a visit to the gunboat "Krateros".

Sakellaropoulou is expected to arrive at 13:00 on Monday at Lipsi where she will visit the island’s productive units. Later, she will meet with the local authorities and the 100 pupils of the island's school. She will be also toured to the vessel "Aegean Explorer" of Institute of Marine Conservation "Archipelago" and afterwards she will meet with the mayor of Lipsi and other local agencies.

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