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  • News in English
    World SAE Secretary Dr. Olga Sarantopoulos  has sent an open letter to Diaspora Greeks on the occasion of the current economic crisis. In the letter, Sarantopoulos notes the feelings of sadness and outrage among Greeks about the attacks on the homeland and questions what expediencies these attacks may serve.
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    April 1 will be census day for Americans, as well as for Greek-Americans living in the United States. According to an announcement issued by the Greek Embassy in Washington, within the contest of the census which is held every 10 years, the Census Bureau will send a questionnaire to every American household in the next few days.
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    The 28th annual Greek Festival of Sydney, Australia, will launch with a special two-day long celebration at Darling Harbour on March 20 and 21. Come and bring your family, bring your appetites and bring your dancing shoes for two days of music, fine food and Greek festivities. Entry is free of charge for all.
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    Sydney – In an extremely emotional atmosphere, the well known ethnic Greek lawyer from South Africa, George Bizos, was honoured last Sunday. In his speech, Bizos referred to the history of his migration for legal studies, his acquaintance with Nelson Mandela, the struggles for human rights in South Africa and the abolition of Apartheid.
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    The Australian Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, Paul Henderson, expressed the full support of the government for a decision by SAE Region Oceania to organize the 2011 Panhellenic Cultural and Sports Games in Darwin. Henderson had a meeting in the NT capital city with SAE Coordinator, George Angelopoulos and members of the Executive Committee of the institution at which the organisation of the games was discussed.




Greek presence successful at New York Times tourism fair
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New York – Culture and Tourism minister Pavlos Geroulanos earlier this week had a series of meetings with US tourism officials, as well as with the heads of foreign delegations and many journalists, during his visit to the New York Times tourism fair, which takes place each year in Manhattan.

“It is a very important exhibition for tourism”, he said, stressing that “our work here is to highlight Greece and its comparative advantages, its people and its hospitality, our natural wealth and cultural heritage. In other words, everything that makes our country special in this very difficult period”.

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