Greek wants to honor the memory of the Pontian Greek Genocide in Arctic adventure
Adventurer Christos Vasileiadis is a Greek man who not only loves taking on challenges in the snow. He is a man with deep respect for his ancestors’ history.
Vasileiadis’ mission is to take part in the Fjällräven International Polar Expedition to honor the centennial of the Genocide of the Pontian Greeks.
Thousands of people worldwide are competing in an online voting competition for the opportunity of testing themselves in this ultimate wintertime quest.
Whoever receives the most votes from each specific group of countries guarantees themselves an entry to this unique polar experience.
Source: greek reporter
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