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Cephalonia quake damage victims to receive state aid

Residents of Cephalonia who have been affected by the recent earthquakes on the island are likely to be able to pick up the first installments of financial aid provided by the government on Thursday.

Deputy Labor Minister Vassilis Kegeroglou said yesterday that around 1,000 applicants meet the criteria for the aid.

The process for advancing money for the replacement of household goods has progressed, he added.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday February 19, 2014 (20:21)  
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