Australian Prime Minister joins with Greek community to celebrate Independence Day


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

In his message, Mr Albanese said March 25th was an “opportunity to reflect on the proud history and heritage of Greece,” and also thanked all Greek Australians for their hard work and generosity.

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Message by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to mark Greek Independence Day.




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