Greek Orthodox Community of NSW meets with Greece’s Alternate Interior Minister


On Tuesday, March 26, a meeting was held at the offices of the Greek Orthodox Community of New South Wales (GOCNSW) with Greece’s Alternate Interior Minister, Theodoros Livanios, and the Executive Committee of the organisation.

The meeting with Livanios took place on Tuesday. Photo: Supplied.

The Alternate Minister was accompanied by the Consul General of Greece in Sydney, Yannis Mallikourtis, the Director of the Alternate Minister’s Office, Konstantinos Tsantidis, the First Secretary for Public Diplomacy at the Consulate General of Greece in Sydney, Anastasia Christofilopoulou, and staff member of the Consulate, Spyros Georgiou.

GOCNSW President, Harry Danalis, welcomed the Alternate Minister and discussed the activities of the Community and its contribution to the Greek diaspora in Australia. Issues concerning the diaspora with Greece, such as education, culture, and traditions, were also discussed.

Theodoros Livanios
Theodoros Livanios attended the meeting along with many other Greek community members. Photo: Supplied.

The Alternate Minister referred to the contribution of Greeks in Australia to their homeland, Greece, especially regarding the issue of postal voting.

The meeting concluded with various gifts offered by the Community to Mr Livanios.

READ MORE: Greek Orthodox Community of NSW submit plans for $22 million centre at Lakemba.




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