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President Sakellaropoulou Visits Quake-Stricken Areas of Crete

October 31, 2021

ATHENS — The President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou on Sunday toured areas of the regional unit of Heraklion, Crete, hit by 27th September’s earthquake.

Sakellaroupoulou was briefed on the consequences of the quakes and the condition of the quake-stricken

The first stop of Sakellaropoulou’s visit was at Aghies Paraskies of the municipality of Arhanes-Asteroussion, where she was welcomed by the regional governor of Crete Stavros Arnaoutakis, the mayor Manolis Kokosalis and other local agencies.

Afterwards, the president visited the town of Melesses where she talked with the locals hosted at the indoors gym of the area.

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