The national holiday of October 28, known as “Ochi Day”, signals the belief Greek people have in freedom and their aversion to any form of totalitarianism, New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Saturday.
“Today is a day of memory, emotion and pride for all Greeks. October 28 highlights the unity of our nation. Its loyalty to freedom and its aversion to any form of totalitarianism. Our thoughts today are with the generation of the ’40s,” he said.
“Greece will become strong and proud again. With decisive speech and role for what is happening in Europe and the world. With prosperity, security, and rights for all Greeks. This is the patriotism of our own generation. Happy Ochi Day to all Greek men and women!” he added.