SKAI envoys from Mariupol arrived in Greece – Their first statements

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SKAI envoys from Mariupol arrived in Greece – Their first statements

The flight from Romania arrived in Greece and at El. Venizelos Airport, transporting the Greeks who were released from Mariupol.

Among them is the envoy of SKAI journalist Stavros Ioannidis together with the cameraman Elias Basisoglou.

The two spoke of great relief that they are in Greece, stating, however, that they experienced a “hell” during the return trip and the release operation.

“It is a great relief that we returned safely. It was a very difficult journey that lasted four days. Too many dangers on the road. The first 50-60 kilometers were a hell. We lived things that we will never forget “, were the first words of Stavros Ioannidis.

“We managed to travel 2,000 kilometers in this hell, without a map. We went blind “, added Elias Basisoglou,

However, as they said, they can not stop thinking about all those people who helped them during their stay in Mariupol and at the moment their fate is being ignored.

“There are too many people left behind in Mariupol. We learn about many dead and wounded. We try to communicate with the people who are there and we have not succeeded. “We have them in mind and we hope they are alive,” they said

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