George A. Papandreou - President of Socialist International - Former Prime Minister
George A. Papandreou - President of Socialist International - Former Prime Minister
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This section refers to events (statements and activities) by George A. Papandreou that are not included in all previous sections. These actions relate primarily to the work by George A. Papandreou in his capacity as President of Socialist International, in the field of foreign affairs and in more specific matters and the information is also provided in an archival form.
Presidency of Socialist International
George A. Papandreou

Council of the Socialist International

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Istanbul, Turkey, 12 November 2013 — Today we cherish a new friendship - despite the fact that unresolved issues remain, such as Cyprus - and it heartens me that thousands and thousands of Turks come to our islands today as warm and friendly tourists. Exchanges, trade, from joint ventures to sports and joint cookbooks - much has changed. Yesterday as I was returning to ATHENS to vote on a no - confidence motion in the Greek parliament, I sat next to a professional Greek dancer who had been here to teach Greek dances to enthusiastic Turks... More »
Greek Abroad

Meeting with representatives of the World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Union

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Parliament, 5 July 2005 — The President of PASOK referring to the situation that evolves, through this period, specifically after the referendums in France and Holland, as well as developments that present also an national interest, noted in between other things that “the European Union travels through difficulties times. It goes through a political crisis, an economic and I will also say that it goes through a self-esteem crisis about its direction, We wish an enlarged... More »
Miscellaneous
GLOBAL+5

GLOBAL+5

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Athens, 8 October 2012 — The platform is a powerful force for individuals, groups and organizations from the public, private and non-profit sectors to exchange their ideas and catalyze positive change. Twenty projects out of 75 selected projects have made the final-cut for the competition. The Global Journal has asked the Jury to focus on the potential impact of each project over the next 5 years (+5), the ability to empower and engage citizens, and the innovation that will drive enthusiasm and support for stakeholders... More »
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