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With reference to Sakellaropoulou's Cyprus message for March 25

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    Με αναφορστο Κυπριακo μorνυμα της Σακελλαρο&pi ;οyλου για 25η Μαρτiου

    Sakellaropoulou's message to diaspora Hellenism for March 25, reference to Cyprus 25 March, the President of the Hellenic Republic, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, sent, stressing the importance of the unity of universal Hellenism but also of the continuous defense of the country's national sovereignty.

    At the same time, a special reporthe also did in Cypriot, underlining that Greece does not forget that “a part of Cyprus remains, for half a century, under Turkish occupation, a unacceptable situation that hurts us”.

    “We continue to fight for a fair and sustainable solution to the Cyprus issue, on the basis of international law, the Resolutions of the UN Security Council and the principles of the European Union”< /em>, said, among others, Ms. Sakellaropoulou.

    He also noted that asGreece proudly celebrates the anniversary of the Revolution of 1821, it continues to stand “on the side of all those who defend their own independence against revisionism and authoritarianism”. “From Ukraine to the Middle East, our compass remains respect for international law and humanitarian principles,” she emphasized.

    “March 25, 1821, the day of the declaration of the Revolution against the Ottoman yoke, is a glorious milestone in the long history of our nation,” noted the President of the Republic. At the same time, he reminded that this year marks 50 years since the restoration of Democracy in Greece.

    “During this period of time, Greece, despite the difficulties and successive crises, consolidated its position at the core of the European Union, being a pillar of stability and peace in the Eastern Mediterranean and the wider region. And this is because we have remained steadfast in the fundamental values ​​that go back to our deep roots, confirming our position among our partners, as befits our history and makes us proud”, she pointed out.

    “In an era of major geopolitical challenges and generalized insecurity, Greece will continue to defend its non-negotiable national sovereignty and independence, steadfastly advocating, as it did then, in 1821, the ideals that were born under the Greek light and the principles of international legitimacy”, concluded the President of the Hellenic Republic.

    Source: cyprustimes.com

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