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Greece Pulls Down Provocative Azerbaijan Advertisement in Thessaloniki

Greece AzerbaijanAn Azerbaijani advertisement on Thessaloniki’s public transport was pulled down on Wednesday. Credit: Armenpress.

Greece ordered the pulling down of an Azerbaijan advertisement with the words “Shushi is Azerbaijan” on public transport in the Greek city of Thessaloniki on Wednesday.

It was removed by the efforts of the Armenian Embassy, community structures, the Greek-Armenian Chamber of Commerce and the Armenian National Committee of Thessaloniki, Ambassador of Armenia to Greece Tigran Mkrtchyan told Armenpress.

“We contacted and worked with the Thessaloniki authorities, including the executive branch, and explained that the ads should be removed immediately, as they are political in nature and provocative. Within a few hours, the Greek authorities reported that the advertisement had been removed from the bus,” the Ambassador said.

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