Consul of Greece in Perth visits Archbishop Makarios of Australia


The Consul of Greece in Perth, Georgia Karasiotou paid a visit to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia headquarters in Sydney on Monday, March 4, 2024, accompanied by her husband and two children.

They were cordially welcomed by Archbishop Makarios of Australia, where an amicable discussion followed between the Archbishop and the Greek ambassador, with a focus on Hellenism in Western Australia.

Archbishop Makarios of Australia and Consul of Greece in Perth, Georgia Karasiotou.
Archbishop Makarios of Australia and Consul of Greece in Perth, Georgia Karasiotou during a previous meeting.

Mrs. Karasiotou’s visit to the Archbishop occurred in anticipation of the end of her tenure at the Greek Consulate in Perth.

Archbishop Makarios praised Karasiotou for the close and productive collaboration she had formed with the local Church in recent years, and wished her success in the future responsibilities she would pursue after finishing her diplomatic mission on the fifth continent.

The Consul, on her part, expressed gratitude for the generous cooperation and wished the Archbishop good health and strength to continue the excellent pastoral work he is doing in Australia for both Orthodoxy and Hellenism.




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