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Many bid farewell to Zoe Laskari (photos-videos)

Many dignitaries, including actors, artists, singers, politicians and fans attended the funeral services of beloved Greek actress Zoe Laskari at the Cathedral of St. Dionysius in Kolonaki. Alexandros Lykourezos, Zoe Laskari’s partner for over 40 years was at the church, while the President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos was also present.

Greek President reiterates call for German WWII reparations

 

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos renewed the demand for war reparations from Germany owed to Greece from the time when the Nazi forces had occupied the country, during the World War II.

During a visit to the village Kommeno by Arta in Western Greece, Pavlopoulos reiterated the Greek demand.

Two back-to-back Turkish provocations against Greek President Pavlopoulos!

 

Double Turkish provocation against the Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos.

The first harassment occurred when the Greek President’s aircraft approached the Greek island of Rhodes for landing.

The Turkish radar operators attempted to communicate with the aircraft and warned that it…violated the Turkish airspace!

Turkey Must Respect History, European and International Law

Greeks place a high value on freedom and this leads them to defend their national sovereignty and territorial integrity - and therefore the sovereignty, territorial integrity and borders of the European Union - on the basis of international law and without making any concessions, President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos said in a message directed to neighbouring Turkey on Sunday,

Greek president tells Turkish PM: More unites us than divides us

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos stressed that Greece and Turkey have more in common than appearances might suggest in a televised exchange ahead of private talks with visiting Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildarim.

"There are more things that unite us than divide us," Pavlopoulos said, adding that "Greece is the door and the window of Turkey to the EU."

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