“Today’s fire is arson,” said Vasilis Kutsavlis, president of the Tatoi Manor Friends Association, during a briefing with reporters.
“I have known the estate for many years. I cannot explain what is happening otherwise. It seems that the situation is escalating. A new fire has just erupted in the Royal Cemetery. What some people failed to do the day before yesterday, they will do today,” Facebook President of the Association of Friends of the Tatoi Estate Vasilis Kutsavlis.
Like us previously reported, in the in.gr edition six months ago, an article was published with the following content:
“The former royal estates in Tatoi serve as a magnet for attracting investment in the wider Varibobi region – Kryoneri. According to the same sources, many investors are “scanning” the neighborhood and exploring the possibilities of their use. However, most of them are forests, and the available “free” land is minimal in area and with restrictions on land use.
A special company will be set up to manage the project, which will also prepare concession contracts. The budget is estimated at 97-130 million euros, with the Ministry of Culture requesting 49 million from the Recovery Fund. The rest will be sought with the cooperation of the state and individuals. ” Quite by accident, amendments were made to the law, according to which burned-out areas are considered subject to immediate reforestation, and this is done under certain conditions. Of course, when the forest maps and land registry have never been completed since the founding of the Greek state, it becomes extremely easy for domestic and foreign investors to have access to competent ministries. …