PASOK-KINAL Leader to Spend Epiphany Day at Phanar, Istanbul

ISTANBUL – PASOK-Movement for Change leader Nikos Androulakis will visit Istanbul on Thursday (Jan. 5) and Friday (Epiphany Day).

At 12:00 noon on Thursday, Androulakis will visit the Phanar Greek Orthodox College (Megali tou Genous Scholi) and the Zographeion Lyceum. At 19:00 he will meet with Greek community representatives at the Sismanoglio Megaro.

On Epiphany Day, the opposition leader will attend the Holy Mass at the Patriarchal Cathedral of Saint George in Phanar, invited by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew. He will then attend the blessing of the waters at the Golden Horn Gulf (Keratios Kolpos).

Androulakis will meet privately with Bartholomew at 12:00 noon.


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