The Russian Ambassador to Athens was summoned. Blinken and Macron's condolences


 Foreign Minister Antony J. Blinken spoke about the brutal attack on Mariupol during a telephone conversation with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias. A phone call to thank Greece for its strong support for Ukraine and the efforts of the United States, NATO and the European Union and to express condolences for the 10 ethnic Greek expats who died in the heavy Russian bombing. Dendias condemned the "planned, unprovoked and unprovoked Russian invasion" and announced his country's contribution to Ukraine: "defense equipment and humanitarian assistance". Two military transport planes have been deployed to Poland, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mītsotakīs' office said. in a statement, without adding further details about the equipment on board. Katerina Sakellaropoulou, President of Greece, wrote on Twitter: 

"I express my deep sorrow for the deaths of our comrades due to the Russian bombing, as well as for all the victims of this unwarranted war against Ukraine. Condolences to their families. Their pain is ours too. ". Also on Twitter, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, expressed his condolences: "Not only the Ukrainian people are crying because of the war waged by Russia, but everyone in Europe. Tonight we think sadly about Greece which unjustly lost ten expats who lives in Ukraine near Mariupol."

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