21 November, 2005
The main opposition Panhellenic Socialist Movement's (PASOK) Human Rights, Social Integration, Asylum and Immigration Department, following an invitation by PASOK Eurodeputy Stavros Lambrinidis, is hosting a visit to the European Parliament by a team of the Department with representatives of 15 communities and immigrant agencies.
According to a PASOK press release on Sunday, the aim of the visit is the briefing on the European Union's policy for immigrants.
The program of the visit includes meetings with European Commission Vice-President responsible for Political Freedoms, Security and Justice, Franco Frattini, and with other officials.
The delegation will observe a session of the Citizens' Freedoms and Rights Committee, a European Parliament session and meet with Belgium's union of immigrant organizations as well as with the Brussels Greek Community and the board of the Federation of Greek Communities of Belgium.
PASOK's Yvette Jarvis, responsible for the party's Immigration Committee, will head the delegation.
Source: Athens News Agency