Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese joins Greek community in honouring OXI Day

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Australia’s Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, has joined the Greek community today in honouring the 82nd anniversary of Greece’s National Day (OXI Day).

In his message, Mr Albanese said OXI Day is a time to “remember that the fortitude and sacrifices of the men and women of 1940 was a stride towards the freedom Greece enjoys today.”

The Prime Minister also stressed how Australia “continues to be enriched by the strength, history and heritage of a vibrant Greek community.”

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