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Delphi Economic Forum to Be Held at Delphi Premises April 6-9

ATHENS – The Delphi Economic Forum (April 6-9) will return to its premises at Delphi, in central Greece, following two years of fully online or hybrid format due to the coronavirus pandemic.

At a press conference on Tuesday, Delphi Forum founder and president Symeon Tsomokos said that in its seven years the economic event has acquired an international presence, and the goal is to strenghten its role and influence over the years in order to join other international forums with a longer history.

The Forum is under the aegis of President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou and this year’s theme is “New Realities”. Besides Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, over 500 speakers from 32 countries are expected at Delphi to address one of several subthemes, such as climate emergency, the EU’s future, and Greece’s future.

More information is available at www.delphiforum.gr. Following the Forum online is free, after registration.

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