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Deputy health minister to visit New Zealand, Australia

Δημοσίευση 20 Ιανουαρίου 2011, 11:52 / Ανανεώθηκε 27 Ιουνίου 2013, 14:55
Deputy health minister to visit  New Zealand, Australia
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Greece's deputy Health and Social Solidarity Minister Christos Aidonis, in charge of sports and diet issues, is to have a series of meetings during a visit to New Zealand and Australia. Aidonis is accompanying the Greek mission to the IPC Athletic World Championships during its stay in New Zealand.

Greece's deputy Health and Social Solidarity Minister Christos Aidonis, in charge of sports and diet issues, is to have a series of meetings during a visit to New Zealand and Australia. Aidonis is accompanying the Greek mission to the IPC Athletic World Championships during its stay in New Zealand.

Among others, he will meet International Paralympic Committee President Sir Philip Craven and European Paralympic Committee President John Peterssen for talks focusing mainly on naming Patras as the seat of the International Paralympic Academy.

Aidonis is also due to meet the political leadership of the New Zealand health ministry to discuss issues within his portfolio.

The deputy minister will also visit Australia and hold talks in Sydney with Austrian Archbishop Stylianos and Greek community reporters. In Canberra he will meet the head of the Australian Sports Commission and he will be briefed by the Australian health ministry on issues of diet and food inspection.