Aegean Offers High Potential for Orthodox Faith Tourism

May 16, 2010

In a visit over the weekend to the chamber of commerce of the Aegean port city of Izmir, Istanbul Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew expressed support for the activities, including those in tourism, conducted to develop relations between Turkey and Greece.

Having participated in a ritual at the Temple of Serapis in Izmir’s Bergama district, Bartholomew visited the Izmir Chamber of Commerce in a return visit for the chamber chief’s previous visit to Istanbul.

Bartholomew said he was closely monitoring the activities the chamber conducts for the development of Turkish-Greek relations and the solution of the problems between the two countries.

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