Two young Greek “Anti-Bullying Ambassadors” receive ‘Diana Award’ by Prince Harry

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry presented an award to the so called “Anti-Bullying Ambassadors”, 15-year- old Aggeliki Zafeiri and 11-year -old Diomidis Sumsiris from Rethymnon, Crete. They received the Diana Award on Thursday May 18 in London, honouring the legacy of the late Diana, Princess of Wales. 

The ceremony was held at St James’s Palace, where twenty exceptional young people from across the world were recognised for their qualities of kindness, compassion and service, the Greek Embassy in the UK said.

Aggeliki Zafeiri and Diomidis Sumsiris, students from an English language school in Rethymnon met with the Greek Ambassador in the UK, Mr. D.K.Tziras, at his office before the ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

*Images and details from Greek Embassy in UK

GCT Team

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