Greek Secretary General for Tourism Policy and Development to address Australian conference


The Secretary General for Tourism Policy and Development at the Government of the Hellenic Republic, Ms Vicky Loizou, will address Greek Australians during a special dialogue series on Tuesday, July 27 at 3.30pm.

The zoom conference has been organised by Katia Gkikiza, Trade Commissioner of Greece in Australia, Consulate General of Greece in Sydney, and Paul Nicolaou, Director of the Business Leaders Council, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

During the digital session, the Secretary General will talk about what the Hellenic Republic is doing to promote Greece to the rest of the world as a holiday destination, how Greece is coping with COVID-19 and how it is managing it in regards to Greece’s most important industry – tourism.

Reigniting investment interest, digital technology integration, infrastructure upgrades, sustainable tourism development, advanced tourism training and employment are the priority areas to benefit from Greece’s share of EU recovery funds to stimulate the economy after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic subsides.

The Secretary General has, on many occasions, underlined the importance of cooperation between all parties in Greece.

“It’s important that we all work together – market players, the academic community and ministry officials – to address the difficulties and seize the opportunity by creating the necessary conditions to develop tourism in order to be competitive within the global environment regardless of specific conditions that may occur each time,” she has said.

Following her presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask the Secretary General a question in the Q&A session.

Details for the video conference:

Date:    Tuesday, 27 July 2021

Time:   3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (AEST – NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas, Qld), 8.30 AM (EEST – Athens time)

Link:    Zoom link will be forwarded to you after you RSVP

To RSVP, please email as soon as possible to secure your place in this video conference.




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