Saturday , 13 April 2024

The awards for the Painting Competition for the Paralympic Spirit in Cyprus

It was held at the Olympic Palace of Cyprus, a simple ceremony to award the works that stood out in the Painting Competition between the Schoolgirls and the Students of Primary Education organized as part of the Cyprus Information and Action Campaign "Participation and Pride for the Paralympic Spirit", by the Cyprus National Paralympic Committee (KEPE), in collaboration with the Social Solidarity Programme participation of the Charalambidis Kristis Society and the Ministry of Education , Culture, Sport and Youth.

A strategic partner in the promotion of the Paralympic movement is Charalambidis Kristis, which is the largest and longest-sized dairy industry in Cyprus, which remains a leader in the food production and distribution sector, offering timeless products of high nutritional value and quality, maintaining the authenticity of the flavors. The event was attended by the Honourable Minister of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth Prodromos Prodromos, on behalf of the KEPE, the President Mr. Andreas Kamariggou, the Vice-President Mr. Efthimios Polydorou, our Athletes Mr. Euripides Georgiou and Mr. Evangelos Martis, the Secretary General of the CCI Mr. Andreas Georgiou, and on behalf of the Charalambidis Kristis Company the President Mr. Alexis Charalambidis , the CEO Mr. Marios Konstantinou and Mrs. Sotiroula Sotiriou Director of Marketing and Corporate Image as well as award-winning Students with their Teachers and Parents. The aim of the Competition was to inform and educate society about the Paralympic Spirit and in particular to inform and raise awareness among children so that people with mobility or other problems have equal rights and opportunities in sport. What matters is the effort and personal feat of every man to offer his best and to conquer the top not only in sports events but also in ZOI.

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