The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Ukrainian ambassador to Athens to protest the killing and injury of Ukrainians of Greek origin in Graniti, eastern Ukraine.
In the statement made by the ministry, it was stated that Sergey Shutenko, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Athens, was summoned on behalf of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias and informed about a serious accident that resulted in the death and injury of people in the village of Granitnoy in eastern Ukraine. of Greek origin.
Pointing out that the Greek Cypriot side expressed its deep concerns, Erdoğan emphasized that the Greek society should be protected.
He stated that Athens has demanded a full investigation into the accident and that those responsible be brought to justice.
He explained that Shutenko “expressed his sincere condolences to the families of the victims, stating that there was no political or ethnic motive behind the incident and that the crime was a crime of the general penal code”.
The perpetrators will be arrested and held to account,” he said.
In the background of the argument that broke out in a cafe in the town of Granity on February 13, a shooting took place in which a Ukrainian soldier and others were killed and two others injured.
The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that two of the dead were of Greek origin, followed by reports that one was Greek and the other was Russian.
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