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Alexis Tsipras, SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance Leader, Tours Magnesia Prefecture

ATHENS – According to his program, Alexis Tsipras visited the markets of Nea Ionia and Volos and had discussions with young men and women in cafes in the city.

Afterwards, he attended a presentation by research groups from the University of Thessaly and had a meeting with the rector’s authorities and representatives of the teaching, research, administrative, and technical staff of the university.

He also had a meeting with the Association for the Protection of the Pagasetic Gulf.

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