Ministers inspected by Tatoy

A government delegation arrived in Tatoi today to see on the spot how the work on the fire safety of the royal estate is going on.

The delegation included: Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni, Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias and Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy Georgios Amiras. Also present during the inspection were the Secretary General of Civil Protection Vasilios Papageorgiou and the Director General for Coordination of the General Secretariat of Civil Protection Fivos Theodoros.

In Tatoi, a number of works on cleaning and preventive removal of flammable materials from the territory of the royal estate were carried out under the supervision of the Civil Protection Service. The participants of the event were informed in detail about the progress of the work by the Deputy Forester of Parnity National Park Georgios Frusios.

It is noted that yesterday, May 24, under the leadership of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, a fire planning meeting was held in the civil protection department with the participation of 11 mayors of Attica in the areas of responsibility, where areas with especially dangerous characteristics were identified, including in Tatoi.

Recall that on May 10, by the decision of the Secretary General of Civil Protection Vasilios Papageorgiou, 18 districts of Attica in 11 municipalities were declared in a state of special mobilization of civil protection so that the municipal authorities could facilitate their work and start immediate projects related to reducing the risk of fires, especially in mixed zones near cities and towns, in accordance with the General Plan for Civil Protection in the event of emergencies due to forest fires, code-named “IOLAOS”.

Details about history of the royal estate Tatoi read in the material “Russian Athens”.





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