Obama Hosts Greeks at White House

WASHINGTON, DC – Father Alex Karloutsos of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, as he has done for the past 29 years, since Ronald Reagan was president, along with other members, of the Greek-American community, and Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, who is visiting from Athens, attended a White House reception on April 16, hosted by President Barack Obama.

Vice President Joe Biden was also in attendance.

“It’s a great privilege and honor because you see the greatness of the country, Karloutsos said, East 27 News reported. “It’s been a blessing for me and my community.”

Archbishop Demetrios joined the president and vice president, and spoke about violence in Africa and the Middle East, the News reported.

The attendees, which included TNH Publisher-Editor Antonis H. Diamataris, also featured Greek-American actor John Stamos.

Karloutsos, who had a closed session meeting with Obama, the News reported, said the president “offered great hospitality. The president was very, very warm. He’s the perfect host. So when people are in the house, he makes people very, very…comfortable.”



MONTREAL- In his interview on the CTV television network, following his meeting with his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, where the strengthening of bilateral relations was emphasized and the agreement for the delivery of seven state-of-the-art firefighting aircraft was signed, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis focused on the significant improvement in the economic climate and the increasing attraction of investments to Greece Just before the European elections in June, the Prime Minister emphasized, “For the first time, we will give the opportunity to our diaspora, those who have the right to vote in Greece, to utilize the postal vote to participate in the European elections.

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