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The school for Greek children in Imvros will open its doors for students for first time after 40 years.
The school will start next week according to a local official.
The high school in Imvros will welcome 10 students on September 28 as Ioakim Makis Kampouropoulos, vice president of Educational and Cultural Association of Imvrians told to the reporters.
The school was closed in 1970 because of lack of students but now aims to meet the needs of children of island’s Greek Community, as it is noted by a Turkish article.
Elementary school began operating on 2013 and the renovation of the building that is going to house the high school was completed recently.
Imvros (in Turkish Gökçeada) exclusively inhabited by Greeks before the exchange of population between Greece and Turkey on 1920, the article writes.