Greek Australian Thanasis Tsouhantaris meets with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew

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Greek Australian Thanasis Tsouhantaris paid a visit to Ecumenical Patriarchate Bartholomew in Istanbul on Monday, April 8.

Mr Tsouhantaris is a businessman and President of New Democracy Australia and he will be a candidate with New Democracy in the upcoming elections for the European Parliament.

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Mr Tsouhantaris (right) met with the Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas.

He is currently overseas holding meetings with key political leaders including the Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas, and Greece’s Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister and representative for Greeks Abroad, Kostas Vlasis.

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Mr Tsouhantaris met with Greece’s Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister and representative for Greeks Abroad, Kostas Vlasis.

During his recent meeting with the Ecumenical Patriarch, Mr Tsouhantaris discussed issues concerning the Greek diaspora both in Australia and around the world.

After welcoming Mr Tsouhantaris to the Phanar, the Ecumenical Patriarch wished him success in the upcoming European elections to be held in June.

Source: greeknews24

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