Thanasis Tsouhantaris set to run for New Democracy in upcoming European elections


Thanasis Tsouhantaris is reportedly being considered as a candidate for the New Democracy party ahead of the upcoming European elections.

Mr Tsouhantaris is a well-known Greek Australian entrepreneur living in Melbourne, Victoria.

His probable candidacy represents New Democracy’s continued efforts to interact with the Greek population abroad and improve its representation in European institutions.

Thanasis Tsouhantaris with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Only a few months ago, Mr Tsouhantaris visited Maximos Mansion in Athens and held a meeting with Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

During the meeting, Mr Tsouhantaris and Mitsotakis discussed matters regarding the Greek diaspora in Australia.




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