Traffic Arrangements in Athens due to Rallies and Marches for Grigoropoulos Murder Anniversary

December 6, 2022

ATHENS – There will be extraordinary traffic arrangements in Athens on Tuesday 6 December due to the rallies and marches declared for the 14th anniversary from the murder of pupil Alexandros Grigoropoulos by a police special guard at the Athens district of Exarchia.

It is noted that as every year, there will be a students rally at noon at the Propylea and another at 18:00 followed by a march to the parliament.

As it was announced, the traffic measures will be applied gradually and according to the traffic needs.

Additonally, the metro station “Panepistimio” on line 2 is closed from 09:00 on Tuesday until further notice.


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