Two Greeks In Ukraine were killed and two wounded by Ukrainian soldiers in the village of Granitna.
This bad news for the village of Granitna, comes in parallel with the notice from the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the departure of the Greeks from Ukraine, where the following were emphasized:
“A meeting was convened this morning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, which was attended by the Ministers of National Defense, Nikos Panagiotopoulos, the Minister of Education and Religions, Niki Kerameos, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Andreas Katsias due to Ministries.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly discourages all travel throughout the territory of Ukraine, and at the same time recommends Greek citizens in the country to leave the country immediately.
Greek citizens who have not already left are also advised to immediately report their contact details to the Greek Embassy in Kyiv.
It is noted in this case that the staff of the Kyiv Embassy has been reduced to what is necessary. At the same time, the staff of the Consulate General of Mariupol will be strengthened.” said the announcement of the Greek Foreign Minister.
There was also a reaction of the Greek Foreign Minister in the murder of the two Greek expatriates and in the injury of two others for a completely insignificant reason, as he issued a new announcement stating:
“We express our deepest sorrow for the sudden death of two expatriates and the serious injury of two others in the village of Granitna, which is located near the contact line in Eastern Ukraine.
We also express our sincere condolences to the families of the victims, as well as wishes for a speedy recovery of the injured.
According to the available evidence, the perpetrators of the double homicide are three soldiers of the Ukrainian army, who got involved with the above expatriates for an insignificant reason.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, has requested to speak by telephone with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba, in order to emphasize, once again, the need to protect the Greek Community in Ukraine”, concludes the latest announcement of the Minister of Greek Foreign Affairs.