Greece’s Alternate Interior Minister to meet with Greek Community of Melbourne


The Greek Community of Melbourne will welcome the arrival of Greece’s Alternate Interior Minister, Theodoros Livanios with an event at the Greek Centre on Thursday, March 21st at 6:30PM.

Organised in collaboration with the Greek Consulate to Victoria, the event is open to all and will offer the opportunity to the visiting Minister to present on a range of matters that affect the diaspora with particular information on the upcoming elections and in particular, the postal vote.

Theodoros Livanios.

The Minister’s visit is poised to strengthen ties between Greece and its diaspora in Australia, fostering a deeper understanding of key issues affecting the Greek community.

Attending the event will also be the distinguished Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Cap, who will extend a warm welcome to the Minister.

Event Details:

  • Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024
  • Time: 6:30pm
  • Location: Greek Centre, Mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale Street
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