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Young expatriates from Africa and the Middle East discuss their problems

The thirty five young Greek expatriates attending the founding convention of the SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network in Pretoria, South Africa discussed issues such as Greek-speaking education, prospects of attending tertiary education institutions in Greece, military service and forging better and closer communication between them.

In his message to the delegates, Deputy Foreign Minister Theodoros Kassimis stressed that the Greek language and civilization are acknowledged, appreciated and spread worldwide both by Greeks and foreign philhellenes, underlining the major role the SAE organized youth can play in this area.

On his part, SAE President Stefanos Tamvakis stressed that the goal is the establishment of dynamic and creative youth networks that will convey the positions and the vision of the younger generation.

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