Mitsotakis ‘hit by train’: EADaily reveals how public anger grips Greece

March 9 – BLiTZ. On February 28, tragedy struck Greece: a passenger and freight train collided, killing 57 people. The country was engulfed in mass protests. People demanded an investigation and punishment of all those responsible. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis spoke about this. Portal writes about it <a rel=”nofollow” href=””>”EADaily”</a> with reference to “France-Presse”.

The official promised that the investigation into the incident “to identify errors” would be “absolutely transparent” and stressed that the necessary actions would be taken to improve the situation with the railways.

RIAN: A mass rally is taking place in Athens due to the death of 57 people in a railway accident March 8, 2023 at 16:18

The Prime Minister noted that all officials are responsible for the disaster. The material also recalled the parliamentary elections to be held in the near future and in which Mitsotakis intends to be re-elected.

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