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More than 170 Students Enrolled in Cairo Greek Cultural Center to Learn Greek

February 5, 2020
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CAIRO (ANA/ N. Katsikas) – More than 170 students enrolled in the classes of the Cairo Greek Cultural Center this year in order to learn the Greek language.

This is the largest number of student enrollments in the Centre’s 17-year history since its establishment in 2003, said Christos Papadopoulos, the Center’s director.

On February 6, the Cairo Greek Cultural Centrer will celebrate the World Day of Greek Language with the students of its departments, who learn Greek as a foreign language.

The Cairo Greek Cultural Center operates under the auspices of the Greek Embassy in Egypt and the Greek Community of Cairo.

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