The remains of 83 Greek soldiers are buried in St. Nicholas Monastery in Albania

Orthodox Priests during the burial ceremony of the Greeks
 The burial ceremony of the remains of 83 Greek soldiers killed in Dragot during the Italian-Greek war ( October 1940 to 23 April 1941) was held in Kelcyra. The rites were made according to the Greek military protocol and the Orthodox religious ones.

No single-family member of the 83 martyred soldiers was seen at the ceremony. ABC News confirmed officially that there was no such announcement. Perhaps for reasons and circumstances that the organizers cannot expose. One of these is the fact that they are known simply as Greek soldiers, but not identified of who are each one.

The remains of 83 Greek soldiers are buried in St. Nicholas Monastery in Albania

The ceremony was attended by representatives of the Greek Embassy, HRSP leader Vangjel Dule, and representatives of the bilateral interstate commission and the Ministry of Defense.

It was all done according to Greek military protocol and Orthodox religious rites. Here, organizers called on police to remove journalists from the interior of the monastery of St. Nicholas.
The remains of 83 Greek soldiers are buried in St. Nicholas Monastery in Albania The remains of 83 Greek soldiers are buried in St. Nicholas Monastery in Albania Thursday, August 01, 2019 Rating: 5
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