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The U.S. Embassy in Athens and The American College of Greece Offer Scholarships for Ukrainian Refugees and other Displaced Students

Athens, January 25, 2023 – The U.S. Embassy in Athens is partnering with The American College of Greece on the “Education Unites 2023” program, offering fully funded scholarships to at-risk refugee, migrant, and displaced students with financial need for undergraduate and graduate degrees at Deree. Through a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Embassy in Athens ...
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Ambassador Tsunis’s Remarks for the 75th Anniversary of the Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan

Ambassador Tsunis: "Thanks largely to the Marshall Plan, Europe rose again and profited from a heretofore unknown era of peace and prosperity. The foundations of the international order that were laid 75 years ago – based on the principles of democracy, solidarity, economic development, and respect for the rule of law the Marshall Plan enshrined – ...
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Demonstration Alert – U.S. Mission Greece

Location: Athens, Thessaloniki and locations throughout Greece Event:  Groups protesting the shooting this week of a Roma teenager during a police pursuit have at times blocked traffic in different areas of Thessaloniki and Athens.  Some demonstrations have turned violent and led to the destruction of property.  There is a potential for tear-gas and anti-riot engagement between police and demonstrators. U.S. ...
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12th International CoMuseum Conference | December 7-9, 2022 |  

 Benaki Museum/Pireos 138 & Livestreaming Athens, November 28, 2022: On December 7-9, 2022, the Benaki Museum, the U.S. Embassy in Greece, and the British Council will present the 12th International CoMuseum Conference: Culture, Care and Healing. This year’s Conference will take place on December 7 from 12.00 to 19.00 in a hybrid format, with physical presence at the Amphitheatre of ...
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