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29 Sep The Association’s Visit to the European Institute of Cultural Routes and the cooperation meeting with Mr. Stefano Dominioni, EICR Director and Executive Secretary of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes – Luxembourg 29.09.2016

A cooperation meeting was held between Mr. Stefano Dominioni, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes and the representatives of the European Historic Cafés Association, Mr. Vassilis Stathakis, President, and Ms. Dimitra Dondorou, Press & Communication officer, at the Institute’s head office in Luxembourg. We would like to sincerely thank Mr. Dominioni for the hospitality and cordial atmosphere during our...

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28 Sep Statement by Eliza Vozemberg – MEP “Nea Dimokratia”- Brussels 28.09.2016

“In the historic café "Kipos", in Chania, Crete, tradition and quality are combined in a unique way, embracing the Greek culture that illuminates the European spirit. We Europeans are united in our diversity, a principle which is expressed through the presence and activity of cultural operators, such as the European Historic Cafés Association, which builds bridges of cultural communication and...

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27 Sep Meeting with Mr. Dimitris Avramopoulos – Commissioner for Immigration, Internal Affairs and Citizenship – Brussels 27.09.2016

Due to his institutional status and in accordance with the European Commission's instructions, the Commissioner, Mr. Dimitris Avramopoulos may make public statements only on specific issues. We would like to thank Commissioner Mr. Dimitris Avramopoulos for the warm welcome of the Association and its objectives, as well as the cordial atmosphere during our meeting and discussion....

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26 Sep Statement by David Gippini Fournier – Official of the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union and Cultural Manager. Representative of the European Historic Cafés Association in Spain – Brussels 26.09.2016

"The history of contemporary Europe cannot be understood without the Historic Cafés. These premises have served as a breeding ground for the most innovative and successful cultural and political trends and as a vehicle for transmission of these democratic and liberating ideals to the whole society. It is our duty to preserve this heritage and pass it on to future...

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