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68th Anniversary of the EOKA Liberation Struggle 1955-1959 on April 1 in Flushing

NEW YORK – The Federation of Cypriot-American Organizations (FCAO) in collaboration with the International Coordinating Committee Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA) and the Consulate General of the Republic of Cyprus in New York present songs and poetry Commemorating the 68th Anniversary of the EOKA Liberation Struggle 1955-1959 from British Colonial Rule ‘Ton Athanaton’ on Saturday, April 1, 5 PM, at Sarantakos Hall at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 196-10 Northern Boulevard in Flushing. Performed by the soloists Demetris Michael and Ariadne Anna with Music and Artistic Director Phyto Stratis of the Pancyprian Association of America and the special participation of the William Spyropoulos School Choir, directed by Areti Giovanou, the event urges everyone to ‘Never forget’.

The commemoration of the 68th Anniversary of the EOKA Liberation Struggle 1955-1959 from British Colonial Rule ‘Ton Athanaton’ takes place on April 1 at Sarantakos Hall at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 196-10 Northern Boulevard in Flushing. (Photo: FCAO)

Reception to follow.

Free admission.

For reservations, please call 516-399-2295 or e-mail [email protected].

A photo exhibit organized with the support of the Cyprus Press and Information Office is also part of the event.

Cemetery in the central prison in Nicosia where the British buried 13 EOKA fighters during the 1955-1959 liberation struggle for the liberation of Cyprus from the United Kingdom. (Photo: Lapost, via Wikimedia Commons)

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