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Greek, Austrian Presidents to Declare Opening of Alpbach European Forum

VIENNA — The President of the Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou, together with the President of Austria Alexander Van der Bellen, will declare the opening of the Alpbach European Forum – a Forum dedicated to the future of Europe, the climate crisis and the "green" opportunity.

The Alpbach Forum, according to an announcement by the presidency's press office, takes place every summer in the Austrian town, and this year is entitled "After the storm, a dream for Europe". It will thus emphasize Europe's future and funding, as well as the climate crisis and the "green" opportunity. A common focus of the discussions will be the changes that need to be made to address the current challenges, based on the lessons of the pandemic crisis, the same statement added.

Sakellaropoulou and Van der Bellen will also have a private meeting.

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