‘A day of deep significance’: NSW Premier marks OXI Day anniversary

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The Premier of New South Wales, Dominic Perrottet MP, has issued a message to the Greek Australian community today to mark the 81st anniversary of OXI Day.

In his message, Mr Perrottet offers his “sincere well wishes to people commemorating Oxi Day” and encourages people to reflect on the “bravery and generosity” of the Greeks during WWII.

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