Athens residents mourn children killed in Gorlovka by mine blast

October 01, 2018 19:21

Donetsk, Oct 1 – DAN. Athens residents have mourned the DPR children, killed by a land mine blast in Gorlovka, at the round table on Donbass situation in the Athens School of Fine Arts, the DPR Foreign Ministry said.

“The Athens School of Fine Arts students and professors have established a project dedicated to Donbass situation studies. The purpose is to support Donbass residents and to express solidarity with children living in a war zone.”

The round table began with a moment of silence to commemorate the three children killed by a land mine blast in Gorlovka on September 30. After that, the principal speaker, head of the DPR representative’s office in Greece, Andreas Zafeyris presented a report on the problems the Greek community faces in Donbass.

The DPR Representative’s Office opened in Athens on March 21, 2017, becoming the fourth DPR center in the EU. It is headed by a Greek activist, representative of the Save Donbass organization, member of the volunteers movement of Greece in support of the DPR and the LPR. *ot

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