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SAE appeals to prevent closure of Radio Station of Macedonia 3rd program of ERT-3 SAE appeals to prevent closure of Radio Station of Macedonia 3rd program of ERT-3
SAE Directorate Alexandria , 25.08.2011
We were sadly informed on the intention to close the 3rd Program (HF) of Macedonia Radio Station of ERT3, within the context of restructuring ERT. A program addressing Greeks abroad since 1952. Its establishment coincided with the major immigration wave from northern Greece, across the globe and has served for multiple decades as a bridge of ... more
Australia: Northern Territory Government supports the Panhellenic Games Australia: Northern Territory Government supports the Panhellenic Games
SAE Oceania Melbourne , 24.08.2011
The local Northern Territory Government will be supporting the organization of Oceania Panhellenic Games with the impressive sum of 200.000 AUD. This year’s Panhellenic Games will be held in Darwin with the participation of over 400 Greek – Australian athletes, from Australia and New Zealand. As SAE Oceania Coordinator, George Aggelopoulos, s... more
«Message of hope and optimism», conveyed by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Panagia Sumela «Message of hope and optimism», conveyed by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Panagia Sumela
SAE Trabzon , 15.08.2011
Patriarchal Divine Liturgy, held today and for the second consecutive year, 89 years after Monastery’s closure, currently operating as a museum, was the embodiment of a dream of Pontian generations, but also Christian Orthodox around the world. Thousands of pilgrims, from Greece, Cyprus, countries of former Soviet Union, Europe, America and ... more
Calling all Greeks abroad Calling all Greeks abroad
SAE Athens , 08.08.2011
Meet the new head of the foreign ministry's general secretariat for Greeks abroad. Petros Panayiotopoulos, a veteran diplomat, is now in charge of bolstering ties between Greece and Greeks living and working abroad.    Amid an economic crisis, this is probably one of the toughest jobs ever assigned to head this office since it was established ... more
Meeting of SAE President and Thessaloniki Mayor Meeting of SAE President and Thessaloniki Mayor
SAE Directorate Athens , 04.08.2011
On Wednesday, August 3rd, the President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE), Mr. Stefanos Tamvakis had a meeting with the Mayor of Thessaloniki, Mr. Giannis Boutaris. During the meeting, held on Mr. Boutaris’ initiative, proposals were discussed to strengthen collaboration with Thessaloniki Municipality and making better use of SAE... more
Letter of Condolence by SAE Board on the loss of ERA – 5 journalist, Noe Parlavantzas Letter of Condolence by SAE Board on the loss of ERA – 5 journalist, Noe Parlavantzas
SAE Directorate Athens , 25.07.2011
“The early loss of Noe Parlavantzas, makes the family of Greek journalists and especially those dealing with Diaspora issues poorer”, states SAE President, Stefanos Tamvakis in his letter of condolence addressing ERA – 5 and friends and family of journalist Noe Parlavantzas, who lost the battle with cancer, last Friday. Mr. Tamvakis continue... more
Message from the President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE), Mr. Stefanos P. Tamvakis on the 37th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus Message from the President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE), Mr. Stefanos P. Tamvakis on the 37th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus
SAE Directorate Alexandria , 19.07.2011
Thirty-seven years have passed since the ominous day for our Cyprus, causing so much pain and destruction. Thirty seven years later, Hellenes worldwide join our voices to state that “We do not forget” the disastrous consequences of the Turkish invasion in Cyprus; the violation of human rights, the occupation on 37% of Cypriot ground, missing per... more
Message on the 37th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus Message on the 37th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus
SAE USA Chicago , 19.07.2011
Under conditions of increased international economic uncertainty and amid our agony, not only for the current situation in Greece, but also on the recent developments in Cyprus, the memory of the sorrowful anniversary of the Turkish invasion in the martyred island should not fade. The need to join forces and collaboration is urgent and imper... more

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