Army personnel to be allowed to sew icons of military patron saints onto uniforms

4 November 2015
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Greek army personnel will be allowed to sew icons of military patron saints onto their uniforms, according to a report in To Vima newspaper Wednesday.

The decision by Defense Minister Panos Kammenos, who is also leader of the nationalist Independent Greeks party, has provoked a negative reaction from ruling SYRIZA’s youth wing, the report said.

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