Agreement reached between Athens and Tirana to bury the last 8mila soldiers killed in battle against the Italians in 1940 and still missing in makeshift pits
They are among the last missing of the Second World War, the fallen of an army that between the 1940 and the 1941 bravely opposed the invasion of the Italian occupation forces. Fallen who, more than seventy years later, will soon find a proper burial. And in whose name in the meantime a sincere rapprochement has been facilitated - even if poisoned by some bickering - between two historically conflicting capitals, Tirana and Athens.
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