Anarchists in Greece have released a new communique claiming 20 attacks on state and private property in Athens and Thessaloniki, most of which were carried out between January and March of this year. The communique calls for the establishment of a new “network of revolutionary violence”: the Direct Action Cells, DAC (Πυρήνων Άμεσης Δράσης—PAD in Greek). The DAC began claiming the placement of gas canister bombs and arson attacks earlier this year, but their recent communique is meant to showcase the entirety of their operational resume, while establishing a strategic doctrine to be shared and implemented by smaller cells within the nascent network. The communique also establishes specific anarchist cells that have claimed attacks this year using limited operational names as belonging to the DAC, including the Nucleus of Anarchist Anti-Violence, the Organization of Anarchist Action, the Cell of Anti-Government Rage, the Cell of Revolutionary Solidarity, and the Elizabeth Kovalskaya Cell. By consolidating the many underground anarchist cells already active in Greece, as well as creating a larger network for emerging cells to join, the DAC look to improve their political and military capabilities versus the larger and more organized forces of the state.