The traditional annual Christmas dinner of Greek-Australian businessmen took place for the tenth consecutive year.
Businesspeople Grigorios Kaias, Konstantinos Sarristavrou and Dimitrios Karalakis invited prominent businesspeople and state people to a dinner at the Risk Bar in Oakleigh on Saturday.
The lawyer and president of the Greek Community of Melbourne, Vasilis Papastergiadis, suggested a new event where the present actors will contribute financially to the preservation and strengthening of Modern Greek Studies at Latrobe University.
This event is expected to take place under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia thanks to the Archbishop’s continuous concern for the issue as well as the participation of historical parish organizations as reported by Neos Kosmos.
Steve Dimopoulos, a member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly for Oakleigh, who serves as parliamentary secretary for the premier of Victoria, and Mayor Monash Paul Klisaris attended the meeting.
Distinguished businesspeople and actors of the Greek community as well as the director of Neos Kosmos newspaper, the editor-in-chief of Neos Kosmos newspaper, and the owner of the Greek Radio Station Rythmos.
They exchanged views on the financial implications of COVID-19 in different business sectors and markets in Australia, Greece and other countries. Attendees discussed various political, economic and cultural issues.