PSEKA Hosts Celebration of 60th Anniversary of Republic of Cyprus Independence

September 25, 2020

NEW YORK – The International Coordinating Committee – Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA) on Wednesday, September 30, 12 PM EST, hosts via Zoom a celebration of the 60th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Cyprus.

Featured speakers include Republic of Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Christodoulides, Cyprus Presidential Commissioner For Overseas Cypriots Photis Photiou, Ranking Democrat in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Eliot Engel, House Middle East Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Ted Deutch, and American Jewish Committee CEO David Harris.

The discussion will be moderated by PSEKA President Philip Christopher, Manatos & Manatos CEO Andy Manatos, and Manatos & Manatos President Mike Manatos.

Special remarks will be delivered by AHEPA Supreme President George Horiates, American Hellenic Council President Dr. James Dimitriou, American Hellenic Institute President Nick Larigakis, Federation of Cypriot American Organizations President Kyriacos Papastylianou, Hellenic American Leadership Council Executive Director Endy Zemenides, POMAK President Andreas Papaevripides, PSEKA Alternate President Tasos Zambas, and AHEPA Hellenic Affairs Chairman Savas Tsivicos.

The Republic of Cyprus became independent in 1960 after winning full sovereignty from Britain.

The event Zoom ID: 859 3844 2976

Connect to the Zoom event through this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85938442976.

More information about PSEKA is available online: https://pseka.org.


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