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Greek woman injured in Istanbul terror attack to be transferred back to Greece

The Greek government, and specifically the relevant health minister, on Monday spoke with the attorney in Istanbul representing a Greek citizen injured in a deadly terrorist attack a day earlier and now being treated in a Bosporus metropolis hospital. In cooperation with the Greek consulate, efforts will commence to transfer the injured woman to Greece.

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Greek woman slightly injured in Istanbul explosion

"According to the latest update from the Turkish authorities, among those injured during yesterday's explosion in Istanbul was a Greek woman, who was slightly injured by a piece of glass and is being treated out of danger in a hospital in the city," the foreign affairs ministry said in a statement on Monday.

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Mitsotakis: No revision of Lausanne Treaty; cites near elimination of Treaty-protected Greek presence in Istanbul, 2 isles

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday evening again responded directly to the latest crescendo of threats, saber-rattling and revanchist rhetoric aimed at the country by Turkish leadership and even opposition party leaders – ahead of what’s expected to be a hotly contested election in the neighboring country – saying that the landmark 1923 Lausanne Treaty will not be revised.

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