Greece Represented at Inaugural anti-Semitism Meeting in Bucharest

Greece Represented at Inaugural anti-Semitism Meeting in Bucharest

In the first International Meeting Of Special Envoys and Coordinators Combating Anti-Semitism (SECCA), which was held in the Romanian capital Bucharest on June 17-18, Greece was represented by Dr. Efstathios Lianos Liantis, Special Secretary for Religious and Cultural Diplomacy and Special Envoy on Combating Antisemitism and Preserving Holocaust Remembrance, of the Greek Foreign Affairs Ministry. The meeting was organized by the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the World Jewish Council (WJC), represented by its Greek-Jewish spokesman at the United Nations in Geneva, Leon Saltiel. Special envoys from at least a dozen countries met with Jewish community leaders to exchange policies and ideas on tackling anti-Semitism.

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