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September 11th 2001. 10 years later September 11th 2001. 10 years later
SAE Thessaloniki , 09.09.2011
New York, September 11th 2001, local time 8:45. The greatest terrorist attack takes place, as the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York collapse. Everyone can sense that the world is changing, and that it will no longer be as before. A tragic aftermath; the loss of 2982 people, among which 35 of Greek origin. Today, 10 years l... more
SAE appeal to prevent closure of Radio Station of Macedonia 3rd program of ERT-3 SAE appeal to prevent closure of Radio Station of Macedonia 3rd program of ERT-3
SAE Thessaloniki , 25.08.2011
The World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE) has issued an announcement, urging the Greek government to reconsider its decision on the abolishment of the 3rd Program (HF) of the Radio Station of Macedonia of ERT-3, requesting at the same time, to support and strengthen all Greek Radio and Television programs for the Greek Diaspora. “The Establ... 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
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
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
«I gave the Oath of Hippocrates and the Gods heard me» – Russian Medical School graduates in Kos «I gave the Oath of Hippocrates and the Gods heard me» – Russian Medical School graduates in Kos
SAE Thessaloniki , 01.07.2011
“I gave the Oath of Hippocrates and the Gods heard me! This was a unique lifetime experience…”, sincere words from Katerina Ternechkaya, one of the 80 graduates from Rostov Medical University, who fulfilled a lifetime dream; they took the Hippocratic Oath in Kos. “I swear by Apollo the Physician and Asclepius and Hygeia and Panaceia and all ... more