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Clinton expresses strong support to Greece Clinton expresses strong support to Greece
SAE Athens , 18.07.2011
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sunday expressed the US government's strong support for the efforts of the Greek people and the Greek government to overcome the debt crisis, during a press conference following her meeting with Foreign Minister Stavros Lambrinidis.    Their meeting was the first in a round of scheduled meetings between... more
Ivan Savvidi re-elected President of the Federation of Greek Communities in Russia (AGOOR) Ivan Savvidi re-elected President of the Federation of Greek Communities in Russia (AGOOR)
SAE Former USSR Countries Thessaloniki , 13.07.2011
Member of the Russian Duma, Coordinator of the Parliamentary Committee for relations with Greece, Ivan Savvidi, was re-elected for the third consecutive time, president of the Federation of Greek Communities in Russia (AGOOR). The decision was taken on the regular Federation meeting, which took place on July 9th in Rostov. 82 representatives ... more
Message from the President of SAE on the 86th anniversary of «Apogevmatini» Message from the President of SAE on the 86th anniversary of «Apogevmatini»
SAE Directorate Alexandria , 12.07.2011
The President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad, Mr. Stefanos P. Tamvakis, addressed a message to the publisher of Diaspora newspaper “Apogevmatini” in Istanbul, Mr. Michalis Vassileiadis, on the occasion of its 86th anniversary. Full text message follows: Dear Mr. Vassileiadis, With great pleasure I read your respectable and dea... more
Condolence Letter by President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE),Mr. Stefanos P. Tamvakis on the «Evangelos Florakis» Naval Base tragedy in Cyprus Condolence Letter by President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE),Mr. Stefanos P. Tamvakis on the «Evangelos Florakis» Naval Base tragedy in Cyprus
SAE Directorate Alexandria , 12.07.2011
The President of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE), Mr. Stefanos P. Tamvakis, addressed a letter of condolence to the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Demetris Christofias, on the tragedy occurred at “Evangelos Florakis” Naval Base. Full text of the message follows: Your Excellency President of the Republic of Cyprus A... more
C. Demetriou; «We explain that we are not the lazy people of Europe…» C. Demetriou; «We explain that we are not the lazy people of Europe…»
SAE Athens , 12.07.2011
Greeks in Germany have the most difficult role. Born in Germany to immigrant parents, from Filiates, Thesprotia, the 45 year old lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Costas Demetriou, resides in the country which may be holding the largest share of Greece’s fortunes in its hands. In the country where over 415.000 citize... more
Nikos Kazantzakis museum in Crete is facing economic difficulties Nikos Kazantzakis museum in Crete is facing economic difficulties
SAE Thessaloniki , 08.07.2011
The Administrative Board of Kazantzakis Museum is addressing an appeal for help, as the Museum is facing serious financial hardships, to a point that the situation may jeopardize its operation. Nikos Kazantzakis Museum was founded in Myrtia, Crete, next to Heraklion, through the donation and subsequent care of George Anemoyannis, a leading f... more
Chile: First Greek proverb competition for young Greeks in Latin America
SAE Latin America Thessaloniki , 05.07.2011
Youths of Greek descent, aged between 10 to 18 years old, from Argentina, Brazil and Chile, participated in the original contest for Greek proverbs, organized by SAE Central and South America Region. Victoria – Kyriaki Nioti from Minas Gerais, Brazil, won the competition, entering with other 400 Greek proverbs. The competition is part of S... more
With crisis at home, Greek-Americans to economic rescue?
SAE USA New York , 04.07.2011
Larisa Antypa was ready for her cruise in the Caribbean when news of the economic crisis in Greece, her home country, began to worsen. Antypa, a program coordinator for the Greek Cultural Center in Astoria, Queens, canceled her trip and decided that she would instead spend her vacation money in Greece. Like a growing number of her fellow e... more

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