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Sakellaropoulou Briefied by Committee “Greece 2021” President Angelopoulou

December 22, 2020

ATHENS — President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou met earlier on Tuesday with the President of the Committee "Greece 2021" Gianna Angelopoulou-Daskalaki, who briefed her in detail on the events that will be held throughout 2021 for the 200-year anniversary from the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman Rule.

Angelopoulou also presented the president with an anniversary collection of coins that is inspired by important moments of Greek history.

On her part, Sakellaropoulou thanked Angelopoulou for the briefing and expressed her certainty that, in spite of the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, the celebration will be held in a way that will be fitting for the high importance of this historic anniversary.

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