Avramopoulos Hosts AHEPA Delegation

Greece’s Defense Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos hosted an AHEPA Delegation at the Ministry of Defense on April 8.

Avramopoulos emphasized to the Delegation that as Greece is now entering a growth trajectory, it is crucial for the Greek state and the Ecumenical Hellenism to coordinate their forces to carry the message and perspective around the world.

He encouraged them to communicate the message throughout the Diaspora, as it depends largely on attracting investment and repositioning the country’s image internationally.

Avramopoulos also informed the Delegation about Greece’s systematic efforts to consolidate peace, security, and stability in the wider region of Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.


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