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Fraport Greece and Copelouzos group to donate 500K surgical masks


Fraport Greece and the Copelouzos Group, the majority and minority partners of the consortium that manages 14 regional airports around Greece on a long-term concession, on Thursday announced that together they will donate 500,000 surgical masks to the country’s national healthcare system.

“All the staff of Fraport Greece and the Copelouzos Group thank all those working in the health sector and civil protection for their contribution to society as a whole,” an announcement by the two companies said.

German-based Fraport AG is the majority owner of the consortium, while Copelouzos group is a major Athens-based conglomerate.

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