16 juni 2015 – Matine Stevis, Wall Street Journal’s correspondent in Europe and Africa, expresses the feelings of Greeks living abroad during the crisis in her autobiographical report: A Greek Abroad: Ambassador, Defender, Expert, Apologist. “After five years of being told by non-Greeks that you’re lazy and don’t pay taxes (you’re not, and you do), it gets a bit annoying.” “Living abroad and away from family and friends is difficult. When your country seems to be going down the drain it is even more so.” Does it sound familiar?
Read the complete article at: The Wall Street Journal
Read about Matine Stevis in: The Next Generation Initiative