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Millennium Message from HM King Constantine
01 January 2000

K- monogram_copyMillennium Message from HM King Constantine

It is my deepest hope that the beginning of the new Millennium will mark a turning point for us all, with respect to human dignity and human rights. Our priorities should be health, education, equal opportunities, care for the underprivileged, the vulnerable and the elderly, as well as respect for and protection of our global environment.

Let us create a world in which our children will grow up knowing the importance of strong family values, within a society of peaceful co-existence. Let us offer them free, unimpeded education so that, when their time comes, they may strive for and achieve universal prosperity and happiness, which can be savoured by all. Let the coming years be remembered as the years of hope and of the final triumph of peace. As I said recently in a speech "We would be best listening to the whispering prayers from the people around the world, so they do not become the shouts of anger behind the gun".

The Princeton Speech
01 December 1999

1. Prienston_Shield

The Prinston Speech

Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Constantine, and I am the former King of Greece.

What, you may be wondering, are my special qualifications for tackling such a subject? I assure you I don't lay claim to any. It certainly has nothing to do with being a royal!

It has everything to do with the fact that as King, I was head of state of the Greek nation. A nation whose territorial borders lie within the Balkan region. 

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