Attacks Against Police Station and Turkish Consulate in Greece

Published March 4, 2019

Attacks Against Police Station and Turkish Consulate in Greece

On March 2nd and 3rd, revolutionaries carried out attacks against a police station in Athens and the Turkish consulate in Thessaloniki.

In Athens, on March 2nd, about 40 masked comrades attacked a police station in the Koukaki neighborhood, throwing at least four molotov cocktails. The entrance to the building was damaged, as were two patrol cars parked outside. The police arrested ten people.

In Thessaloniki, on March 3rd, about 50 revolutionaries attacked police guarding the Turkish consulate around 2:40 AM on Sunday, throwing molotov cocktails and stones. Police fired back with tear gas and stun grenades, but the militants escaped without arrests.