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Government condemns incidents at Agios Panteleimonas

Δημοσίευση 18 Ιανουαρίου 2011, 11:00 / Ανανεώθηκε 27 Ιουνίου 2013, 14:55
Government condemns incidents  at Agios Panteleimonas
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Government spokesman George Petalotis on Monday condemned incidents that took place over the weekend at Agios Panteleimonas Square in Athens, during clashes between police and right-wing nationalist groups objecting to an anti-racism concert due to take place there.

Government spokesman George Petalotis on Monday condemned incidents that took place over the weekend at Agios Panteleimonas Square in Athens, during clashes between police and right-wing nationalist groups objecting to an anti-racism concert due to take place there.

"All the things happening there are unacceptable," Petalotis stressed, adding that Agios Panteleimonas "has to stop being a forbidden zone for Athens residents".

He said the government opposed "situations that cause tension within local communities and to people that because of the absence of a migration policy came and established themselves in the centre of Athens".

The spokesman also underlined that the government was radically opposed to the creation of ghettos and had promised to stop tolerating them for the safety of the public and those that entered Greece illegally.

 

 

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