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Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks will visit Imbros and Tenedos

The Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks, Andreas Katsaniotis, will visit Imbros and Tenedos from January 31 to February 2, 2022, where he will meet with Expatriate and educational institutions of the Greek Minority.

The Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks will have contacts with local government bodies, will meet with His Eminence the Metropolitan bishop of Imbros and Tenedos, Cyril, and will visit the Greek schools of the Omogenia.

nikos dendias photo Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks will visit Imbros and Tenedos
Photo by Estonian Foreign Ministry Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks will visit Imbros and Tenedos

We would like to remind you that earlier this month the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, on the occasion of the cutting of the Vasilopita of the Imvrian Association, had stressed, among other things, that Turkey should fully respect the rights of the Greek Minority in Imbros, Tenedos, and Constantinople.

Moreover, Nikos Dendias had pointed out that Turkey must fulfill the provisions of Article 14 of the Treaty of Lausanne on guarantees to the non-Muslim indigenous population, regarding the establishment of the status of local autonomy and self-government and the protection of persons and their property.

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