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Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ message to the Greek Diaspora in Australia (“The Greek Herald”, 23. 12. 2022)

At the same time, the two countries are usually linked by strong historic ties, forged in distributed fights for democracy and freedom during the First and Second World Wars. Furthermore, they have established substantial plus productive cooperation within worldwide organizations, as well as multi-faceted zwei staaten betreffend relations with broad potential customers, as I had the opportunity plus honor to discuss at duration with the Australian Foreign Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich), Marise Payne, during her official visit to Greece final December.
Greece plus Australia are two nations so far apart in terms of location, and yet so close if we consider that they share common principles and values.
Defending democracy plus human rights, respecting the sovereign rights of every nation, upholding International Law and the International Law of the Ocean and UNCLOS, being committed to the peaceful settlement associated with disputes, and adhering to the particular United Nations Charter are some from the values that underpin our own constructive cooperation.
The particular thriving and dynamic Greek community in Australia which is active and develops its rich work in almost every city in the land has constituted an important element of bilateral relations, with a decisive contribution to mutual knowing, creative interaction, cordial a friendly relationship, and the strengthening of relations between Greece and Sydney over time.
With their presence and work in the country that welcomed them when they emigrated from Greece and grew to become their second home, Diaspora Greeks, with a vibrant eyesight of creation, as an essential part of Australian society, with a fruitful contribution to Australia’s progress and wealth, make us proud.
Through their lively action and systematic advertising and support of Greece’s positions, Diaspora Greeks turn out to be “ambassadors” of our country plus contribute to further strengthening the already strong ties associated with friendship and cooperation along with Australia.
Because Christmas approaches, season of hope and joy that the birth of the Lord symbolizes, I wholeheartedly wish the Ancient greek Diaspora in Australia health, success, creativity, happiness, personal plus collective well-being, fulfillment associated with goals, and all the best.


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