What next for Greece…

Associations, Events, Markets — By on September 23, 2015 at 11:56 PM
Vicky Pryce at a full house in London's Hellenic Centre delivering her speech

Vicky Pryce at a full house in London’s Hellenic Centre delivering her speech

Earlier tonight, at a full house in London’s Hellenic Centre, Vicky Pryce, Chief  Economic Adviser, CEBR, delivered from heart an excellent speech on what really to expect for Greece in the short and long term.

She was introduced by the Greek Ambassador Konstantinos Bikas who also did the closing remarks. Pryce is well known, not just for the provocative style in delivering speeches, but for her pragmatism and non-dogmatic views on economic word issues. An interesting Q&A followed with over fifteen questions on all subjects surrounding the current Greek situation. The speaker replied to all in the most appropriate way and looked optimist for the future, subject of course that certain outstanding issues take place.


l to r: the Greek Ambasador Konstantinos Bikas, Dr. Philip Mavroskoufis, Anastasia Svetzouri, Vicky Pryce and Costas Verdis

The discussions continued during the drinks and dips reception. Anastasia Svetzouri, president of the society and the secretariat of the Macedonian Society of Great Britain, slowly but methodically are making their presence felt for the benefit of Greeks in Diaspora for a over two decades!

The Bishop of  Tropeou Anastassios was there as well as the Cypriot High Commissioner Euripedis Evriviades, the Greek Consul Sotiris Demestihas, the Greek Commercial Attache Antonis Katepodis, the director of the GSCC Costas Amarantides, former MP and minister Theodore Damianos and his daughter, Captain Michael and Mrs. Kounoupas, Sophie Kydoniefs, Maki Galliatsatos and many many others including many British friends of the society!

The next event is on 22 October at the great hall of the Hellenic Centre with Konstantinos Fotiades; the subject being: “The Genocide of Pontian Greeks”, followed by a recital with Konstantinos and Matthaios Tsaxourides and Pontian dances by Lykion ton Hellinidon.

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