Consul General of Greece in Sydney meets with Professor Tamar Hodos


The Consul General of Greece in Sydney, Ioannis Mallikourtis, held a meeting on Thursday, August 24, with the newly appointed Director of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Professor Tamar Hodos, at the premises of the Consulate General. Ms. Hodos was accompanied by the Institute’s Engagement and Outreach Officer, Ms. Theodora Minas Gianniotis.

Ms. Hodos had the opportunity to outline her vision and priorities for the Institute, having assumed her duties a few weeks ago. She and the Consul General had a very interesting and constructive discussion, in the framework of which the continuous cooperation between the Institute and the Consulate General was also raised. Both parties reaffirmed their willingness to strengthen their cooperation towards the shared goal of promoting Greek culture and enhancing ties between Greece and Australia.

Ms. Hodos warmly thanked Mr. Mallikourtis and the Public Diplomacy personnel for the welcome. For his part, the Consul General wished the new Director all the best in her new endeavour and underlined the importance of the Institute being one of the most renowned institutions promoting Greek culture in Australia.




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