Immigration Minister Alex Hawke sends message of unity for the festive season


Liberal member for Mitchell, Alex Hawke, who stepped up as an Immigration Minister in the Cabinet’s most recent reshuffle has sent a message of unity to Australia’s multicultural communities.

In his letter, Hawke, who is the second Minister of Greek heritage to pursue the immigration portfolio after Nick Bolkas in the ‘90s, is highlighting how Australia’s social cohesion is more important than ever for the nation’s prosperity and success.

Read the full letter below:




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