NSW Premier Chris Minns sends message to Greek community for Independence Day


The NSW Premier Chris Minns has issued a message to Greek communities across the nation to mark Greek Independence Day today.

In his message, Mr Minns said March 25th marks the liberation of the Greek people, and the creation of the Modern Greek State more than 200 years ago.

He further wished the Greek Australian community a “happy and memorable” Greek Independence Day.

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Chris Minns’ message to the Greek community.




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