Mitsotakis Meets IAO President Sergei Gavrilov

ATHENS — Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis discussed the protection of religious freedom as well as issues of inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue during his meeting on Monday with the General Secretary of the Interparliamentary Assemby on Orthodoxy (IAO) Maximos Charakopoulos and IAO President Sergei Gavrilov, also a member of the Russian Duma, at the Maximos Mansion.

During the meeting, they noted that the Assembly was founded in 1993, following an initiative launched by former Greek premier Constantine Mitsotakis, while adding that the next general assembly will take place on Crete on July 22 to 24, in what amounts to a vote of confidence in the way Greece has addressed the pandemic, sending a positive message for the promotion of pilgrimage tourism.


ATHENS - "This year tourism proved that is Greece's "heavy industry" and can not only support the national economy but also offer a substantial support in very difficult conditions" Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias stated among others in an interview with Athens-Macedonian News Agency on Sunday.

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