Prime Minister Scott Morrison joins with Greek community to celebrate Independence Day


Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, has issued a message to Greek communities across the country to mark Greek Independence Day today.

In his message, Mr Morrison reminisces about last year’s bicentenary celebrations for the Greek Revolution which saw sites and monuments across Australia lit up in blue and white, and also thanks “the generations of Greek Australians who have given so much to advance our great nation.”

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