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SAE Medical Team Comes to the Rescue of Sick Children in Georgia
SAE TBILISI , 12.03.2004
Responding to an urgent request in Tbilisi, the capital of the Republic of Georgia, the World Council of Hellenes (SAE), recently dispatched a team of physicians and nurses with emergency medicines from its Primary Health Care Initiative (PHCI) to the Telavi Boarding School, a local orphanage. A critical situation developed at the school ... more
SAE President Sends Congratulatory Message to Konstantinos Karamanlis, vows cooperation
SAE CHICAGO , 08.03.2004
Andrew A. Athens, President of the World Council of Hellenes (SAE) has sent to Mr. Konstantinos Karamanlis, President of the New Democracy party, a congratulatory letter on the occasion of the victory of New Democracy in the national elections of Hellas. “I am very pleased to extend my personal congratulations to you on the resounding vote o... more
TOP U.S. POLICY-MAKERS BECOME INVOLVED IN CYPRUS SETTLEMENT
SAE WASHINGTON, D.C. , 05.03.2004
Following meetings with CEH leaders in Washington, D.C. this week, several key U.S. policy-makers have become involved in the efforts to push for a just, viable and democratic Cyprus settlement. On March 3, CEH leaders met for over one hour with the Chairman of the House International Relations Committee, Congressman Henry Hyde (R-IL), and th... more
15th ANNUAL CYPRUS CONFERENCE TO TAKE PLACE MAY 12-14, 2004 IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
SAE WASHINGTON, D.C. , 25.02.2004
Over 100 of the most politically active Greek-Americans from across the country and Hellenes from around the world will be coming to Washington, D.C. for the 15th Annual PSEKA / SAE Cyprus Conference May 12-14, 2004. Conference participants will again be meeting with over 30 key U.S. Senators and Members of Congress who serve on the pertinent... more
TOP U.S. OFFICIAL ON CYPRUS HEARS COMMUNITY CONCERNS ABOUT SETTLEMENT TALKS FROM CEH LEADERS
SAE WASHINGTON, D.C. , 25.02.2004
The senior American official most influential to the Cyprus issue over the years, U.S. Undersecretary of State Marc Grossman, today privately discussed the significant concerns of the Hellenic-American community about the Cyprus settlement talks with the leaders of the Coordinated Effort of Hellenes (CEH). These leaders said, “It is important th... more
SAE President to meet with Patriarch Ireneos today, 'elated' after long struggle to achieve recognition
SAE Chicago , 11.02.2004
THESSALONIKI, January 28 - World SAE President Andrew A. Athens today is arriving in Israel for a meeting with Patriarch Ireneos of Jerusalem following the long-awaited official recognition of Mr. Ireneos by the Israeli government. Mr. Athens will also meet with government officials and representatives of Jewish organizations. "We are elated ... more
SAE President begins world trip to Cuba, Hellas with top-level meetings in Washington
SAE Chicago , 20.01.2004
CHICAGO, January 20 - Andrew A. Athens, President of the World Council of Hellenes (SAE), is scheduled to launch his three-stop international tour tomorrow with a meeting with top level U.S. government officials in Washington. At a meeting with State Secretary Colin Powell, National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice, State Department, Deputy S... more
The President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad honored by the Patriarch of Jerusalem
SAE Chicago , 20.01.2004
The President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad, Mr. Andrew A. Athens was awarded by the Patriarch of Jerusalem, Mr. Eirinaios the Grand Cross of the Order of Orthodox Crusaders of the Holy Sepulcher, honoring his major offer to the Patriarchate. The awarding took place at the Holy Sepucher during Mr. Athens visit to Jerusalem following th... more

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