Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias to address Greek Australians at online dialogue series


Greek Tourism Minister, Vassilis Kikilias, is set to speak to Greek Australians via video conference on Tuesday, April 12 at the next Greek Australian Dialogue Series.

The conference will be hosted by Katia Gkikiza, Trade Commissioner of Greece in Australia, Consulate General of Greece in Sydney, and the Executive Director of Business Sydney, Paul Nicolaou.

During the conference, Kikilias will talk about the link between trade and tourism and how important it is for Greece, as it contributes 1 in 4 euros directly or indirectly to the Greek economy.

The Minister will outline his strategies to (1) support traditional and dynamic branches of business activity, (2) attract new investments in key sectors of the Greek economy which will foster tourism, and (3) strengthen infrastructure and preserve the quality of the tourist product Greece offers.

READ MORE: Greek Health Minister, Vassilis Kikilias: There’s light at the end of the tunnel for Greek diaspora.

Lastly, the Minister will also discuss the importance of EU and national recovery funds that will go into crucial infrastructure projects, including destination management initiatives, the development of mountain tourism, agro-tourism, wellness and health tourism, gastronomy, port and marina upgrades and works that will ensure visitor accessibility.

After the Minister’s presentation there will be an opportunity to ask a question in the Q&A.

Details for the video conference:

  • Date: Tuesday, 12 April 2022
  • Time: 6pm – 7pm (AEST – NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas, Qld), 11.00 AM -12.00 noon (EEST – Athens time)
  • Link: To register please click here.




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