Announcement: 1st Arab-Hellenic Health Conference


The Arab-Hellenic Chamber has the pleasure to announce the organization of the “1st Arab-Hellenic Health Conference” which will be held on May 22-23, 2024 at the Divani Caravel Hotel in Athens.

Greece and the Arab World have for hundreds of years made significant scientific contributions in medicine and pharmaceuticals which have influenced the development of these sectors up to date. Both parties possess all the potential resources, human and natural, coupled with their geographical proximity can join efforts to elevate and enhance their cooperation in all the health domains.

On May 22-23, for the first time, an exclusive meeting will be held between the two sides to exchange information, explore the possibilities of their partnerships and the exchange of know-how. We are convinced that the constructive dialogue between the high-level speakers during the sessions as well as the intensive networking that our two-day event will offer will lead to positive results.

As in all our Chamber events, Greek businessmen will have the opportunity to interact and conduct business meetings with more than 100 Arab businessmen and health-related professionals from 16 Arab countries.

The Conference will be honored with their presence and keynote speeches by the Minister of Health, Mr. Adonis Georgiadis, the Minister of Development, Mr. Kostas Skrekas, the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Ms. Elena Rapti and the Advisor to the Prime Minister of Iraq in the Health Sector, Professor Hamodi A. H. Al Limy, among others.


For more details, please consult the General Outlook of the two days in Greek and English.

To register, please CLICK HERE.

Deadline for Registration of Participation:

Wednesday, May 15, 2024, 17:00 p.m

If you wish to participate with a special contribution/sponsorship to our conference, please contact Ms. Maria Vestarki (ext. 110) at 2106726882/6711210.


For more information regarding your participation, you can contact Mrs. Maria Kalyva (ext. 109) or Katerina Michail (ext. 101).