Deputy FM Katsaniotis: Greeks Abroad a Valuable Asset

December 12, 2021

ATHENS – Deputy Foreign Minister responsible for the Greeks Abroad Andreas Katsaniotis in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) on Sunday sent the message that the strengthening of the ties of Greeks Abroad with the metropolitan centre is a national and political priority, adding that the State must in practice be firmly by the side of Greeks all over the world.

Giving the stigma of the policy for the Greeks Abroad, Katsaniotis made it clear that Greece is moving at all levels, based on a structured plan, in order to connect even more with its children who live beyond its borders and to integrate all Greeks, wherever they live, in the national body.

Stressing the importance of the role of the Greeks Abroad, he spoke of a huge and precious national capital of our country that “we have a debt and a goal to unite and mobilize for the promotion of our country.”

Katsaniotis also made special mention of the “invaluable contribution of world Hellenism in creating an international shield against the growing Turkish aggression”.


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