The children actors of the Nord-Ost musical are going on a vacation to Greece.
11 children actors who were taken hostage by Chechen terrorists on October 23, 2002, will leave for Athens on January 9th on invitation of Greek Development Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos, Greece's Embassy to Moscow reported on Wednesday.
For a week the young actors will be staying at a seaside tourist complex, the embassy pointed out.
Late on January 9th, the children together with Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis will see a concert of the European Young Artist Orchestra at the Athens Concert Hall Megaron Musikis that will officially open Greece's chairmanship in the European Union.
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