Χρονια πολλα Ελλαδα, χρονια πολλα Ελληνες!

Χρονια πολλα Ελλαδα, χρονια πολλα Ελληνες!

Today, the 25th of March, we are celebrating the 200th anniversary from the Declaration of the Greek Revolution.

This Bicentenary marks an opportunity to not only to celebrate the rich and glorious past of the Greek Nation but also to envision the great future of Greece,

with all its unique culture, natural splendor and traditions. We are honouring our past by building our future!

Political leaders congratulate Greece on the Bicentennial

The Prime Minister Boyko Borissov congratulated his Greek counterpart Kiryakos Mitsotakis on the occasion of the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution. In his congratulatory message to Mitsotakis,  Borissov expressed cordial wishes to the friendly Greek people for  further prosperity.

"At the moment of severe trials of various kinds, I am confident that on the basis of common values ​​and interests, as well as mutual solidarity, we will join efforts to overcome the difficulties and their, I hope, temporary consequences for our citizens," he said.  Borissov emphasized  the great importance of the Greek revolution of 1821 and recalled the contribution and sacrifice of thousands of Bulgarians who took part in it.

On the occasion of the 200-year anniversary of the Greek Revolution, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his congratulations, stating that Russia gives huge importance to its relations with Greece, noting that Russia-Greece Year will contribute to the consolidation of the mutually beneficial relations between the two countries.

In addition, US President Joe Biden congratulated the Greek nation in a video, during which he spoke of the affinity between the two nations and referred to the US’ own celebration of its 200th anniversary, in 1976, when he was a young Senator.

Britain’s Prince Charles also noted the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution. He spoke about the deep friendship and strong bonds the two countries have, as well as his own personal and family connection to Greece, its landscape, history and culture.

French President Emmanuel Macron expressed his regret about not being able to attend the celebratory events marking the Greek Revolution anniversary. Macron spoke of the historical ties of the two countries, and of the joint efforts with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to open the two countries to young people, archaeologists, academics and tourists. He also stated that Greece has a unique position today, as a front-line country, as was evident through the migration issue, and Europe must be able to protect its external borders.

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