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Miltiadis  VarvitsiotisNEA DΙMOKRATIA

Miltiadis Varvitsiotis

Member of Parliament V2' DYTIKOU TOMEA ATHINON

Contact Info

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Political Office 16, Panagi Tsaldari Avenue, 12132
Tel. 210 5740200 FAX : 210 5740202
Ministerial Office : 1, Vas. Sofias Avenue106 71 – Athens
Tel : 210 3681000 FAX : 210 3681717

Information personnelles

Date et Lieu de naissance:
Born in Athens on 21-06-1969.
État civil:
Law, University of Athens; specialised in Political Science (International Relations) at Harvard University. His MA thesis was entitled “Greece and the Great Powers, 1910-1922”.
English, Italian, French.

Activités parlementaires

Elected MP (ND) for Athens B in the 2000, 2004, 2007 and 2009 general election.
Elected secretary of the Presidium of Parliament on 21-04-2000. Member of the Standing Committee onTrade and Production.

Activités politiques/sociales

He had his first taste of politics in ONNED, the ND Youth Section. Elected onto the ND Central Committee at the 5th Party Conference. Head of ND section for the Merchant Navy, responsible for the sections relating to shipping communications and touristic infrastructure. Participated in many conferences in Greece and the USA on the Balkans, Greek-American relations, and more specific Balkan issues such as security in the region and Greek-Turkish relations. Practised law in Athens, specialising in Shipping and Telecommunications Law.

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