A memorial service was held on Tuesday at Grammatiko, northeast of Athens, where a Helios Airways jet crashed seven years ago, leading to the loss of 121 lives.
“Seven years is a long time to wait for the legal system to provide justice,” said Nikolas Yiasoumis, who heads the committee of victims’ relatives.
“For us, it’s like a single day hasn’t passed. The state has kept far away from us and we’ve had to support each other.”
A Greek court jailed four employees of Helios in April but in December, a Cyprus court ruled that state prosecutors had not proved their case for manslaughter.