The annual national conference of The Federation of Cypriot Communities of Australia and New Zealand (PASEKA) will be held for a first time this year in Darwin. It will start on Friday, the 6th of May, launched with a cocktail party by the N.T. Government at Parliament House, and will finish on Sunday, the 8th of May. The Cypriot Community Club of Northern Territory will host the business aspect of the conference.
Amongst others, High Commissioner of Cyprus in Canberra Yannis Iacovou will give an opening address. Apart from the usual issues to be discussed, all participants will focus on the future visit of President Christofia to Australia in May. A discussion on the various concerns and the future of education, the Greek language and Cypriot culture in Australia and NZ will be high on the agenda. The aim is for Greek to be taught in all public schools.
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