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SYRIZA Leader Tsipras Visits Drama Hospital

November 27, 2020

DRAMA, Greece — Main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras paid a visit to Drama's hospital on Friday, accompanied by the party's sector-head for health Andreas Xanthos.

The director of the hospital, Thessalonikia Karatzoglou, welcomed Tsipras to the hospital and they then took part in a meeting with the heads of the clinics treating patients with coronavirus.

Tsipras said that he came to the hospital to see the conditions that doctors, nurses and the hospital staff are having to cope with, noting that they are fighting a tremendous struggle against the disease and that his party's aim is to find solutions to the problems that the public hospitals are facing.

The main opposition leader will also talk with the hospital's staff in the hospital's courtyard and later meet with representatives of the city's Chamber of Commerce, its Trade Association, the Catering Union and the confederation of Greek professional craftsmen.

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