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Monday, October 28, 2013

Greece-What streets will be closed for the school parade totay in central Athens and Piraeus-Huge security measures

Mainly in central Athens , intense is the presence of police forces in order to avoid any attacks, and it is estimated that more than 500 police officers will be involved with the implementation of policy measures .
As for parents who want to attend the school parade , police announced that this can be done:
In Amalia on the sidewalk across from the National Gardens to street level Xenophon
In the University of the height of the street Kriezotou to Omonia both sidewalks .
On the day of our national anniversary scheduled two protests . One of the Propylaea administrators in universities and second in Korai Square of PAME .
Stop traffic and Piraeus
Similar measures have been taken and Piraeus . Will remain closed from 09.30 until the end of the parade the following roads:
34th Infantry Regiment in the section between the streets Omiridou Skilitsi and Eleftherios Venizelos.
Heroes Polytechnic section of road between Venizelos and 2 Division.
B. George, the section between the streets Nat. Resistance and Gr . Lambrakis.
Measures in Thessaloniki
Severe will be safety measures in military parade on October 28 in Thessaloniki.
As announced by the General Police Directorate of Thessaloniki , for safety reasons the part of Alexander Avenue , from its intersection with the street St. Seraphim to its junction with the road Athanasios Diakos, will remain closed to the public.
Until the completion of the parade is prohibited stopping and parking , and the movement of all vehicles in
Alexander the Great Ave
Street Papandreou ( from Alexander until Mitr.Kydonion )
King George ( from Alexander the Great to N.Germanou )
March 25
Hadji ( from Vas Olgas Ave until Alexander the Great )
Pavlos Melas ( from square L.Pyrgou up Tsimiskes )
Soulioti ( from Kallidopoulou up Str.Kakavou )
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