A two-day visit to the capital of the Greek Revolution
Fractual support for the local society with a donation of a playground for the disabled
A two-day visit to the capital of the Greek Revolution of the glorious 1821, Nafplio, was made by the Maritime Chapter of Ahepa in the context
of the celebration of the 200th anniversary of our liberation from the
Turkish yoke and the contribution of Nafplio to this struggle.
The participation of our brothers was overwhelming and moving despite
their busy schedules as the visit took place during working days, and
was accompanied by honorable guests such as the Mayor of the city, the
Regional Governor, the Harbor Master, the Consul of Russia, the Governor
of Ahepa Hellas and other renowned professionals from shipping, politics
, education, health, technology, sports, etc.
In this forum we honored, learned, cogitated and supported. We first
honored the historic city of Nafplio and Ioannis Kapodistrias by laying
a wreath at his statue, we toured through the historical sites of the
city, we learned from the events of history as people without historical
memory are people without a future, we pondered our present through
various sufferings and challenges we face which we are called to
overcome with unity and faith, and we supported by donating the
construction of a playground for people with special needs (disabled) in
the central square of the city.
The commitment of our team is to be an important helper in the society
and for this reason our President, Mr. Dimitrios Matthew made it clear
that our Chapter will cooperate again with the local bodies and will
support the city of Nafplio in any way it can.