Alex Hawke MP joins with the Greek Australian community in honouring OXI Day


The Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Alex Hawke MP, has joined with the people of Greece and the Greek Australian community to commemorate the 81st anniversary of OXI Day today.

In the message, Mr Hawke honoured “the spirit of bravery, independence and conviction shown on 28 October 1940” by the Greeks.

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