Greece supports the diaspora in Ukraine, the President’s message for March 25 says

“We are thinking of the Greek community in Ukraine as it is going through difficult times and suffering from the hardships of war,” President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said in her message to the Greeks in the Diaspora on the eve of Greek Independence Day on March 25.

The diaspora in Ukraine “shows courage drawn from love for its homeland, looks forward to the soonest end of the war and the beginning of a new life from the ashes of destruction,” she said.

Sakellaropoulou said that Greece’s struggle for independence 200 years ago is a constant reminder “of the value of unity and harmony of our nation that transcends our borders.”

She pointed out that the idea of ​​a Greek struggle for independence from Ottoman rule was hatched in the port city of Odessa, “while the revolution was kindling in the heroic city of Mariupol, where ‘little Greece’ flourished on the Sea of ​​Azov.”

Greece is on the side of the Greeks in Ukraine, Sakellaropoulou stressed.

[АМНА]

PS In her message, the President of Greece “forgot” to mention Russia’s role in the 1821 revolution. A country without which, perhaps, modern Greece would not exist. Well, that’s politics, and now Greece has a new “friend” who is “better than the old two”.



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