Greece’s Foreign Ministry brings more nationals home from war-torn Israel


The Greek Foreign Ministry has announced that a flight chartered for locals has brought home an additional 90 citizens from Israel, following the initial arrival of 81 Greeks on Monday.

Greek tourists who were in Israel on Saturday when Hamas attacked and were unable to board a regular aircraft out of the country will be completely evacuated by the ELAL flight that is anticipated to arrive in Athens on Tuesday.

Greek Foreign Ministry brings Greek nationals home from war torn Israel
Greek Foreign Ministry brings Greek nationals home from Israel. Photo: Ekathimerini

According to a statement from the Greek Foreign Ministry, a flight has also been reserved for any Greek nationals who are permanent residents of Israel who wish to leave the country on Wednesday.

Source: Ekathimerini




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