Announcement


The Hellenic Society of Phytiatry (HSP) is very pleased to announce that the organization of the XX International Plant Protection Congress in Athens, Greece. The congress is under the aegis of the Agricultural University of Athens and is going to take place at the MEGARON Convention Center in Athens between 10-15 June, 2023.

As for the venue of the Congress, natural and cultural beauty of Greece and its cosmopolitan capital Athens, the history, the tradition and the hospitality, are significant reasons justifying numerous international participations. Apparently, Athens, has a great organizational advantage since it is easily accessible from European, African and Asian countries, while several American countries have direct flights to Athens.

Greece, as a Mediterranean and South European country, covers a vast diversity of agricultural temperate, subtropical and even tropical cultivations with highly specialized scientists on plant protection sciences working in Universities, Research Centers and in the Private Sector. Thus, Greece is one of the few countries where scientists can meet a very broad diversity of cultivations and plant protection problems.

It is certain that participants of the XX IPPC ATHENS 2023 beyond science will enjoy long-standing history, the ancient and modern city of Athens, the birth place of democracy, the fantastic environment and finally Greek tradition, special Mediterranean food and legendary hospitality.

The local organizing committee along with the IAPPS are looking forward to your participation.

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee
Professor Eleftherios (Eris) Tjamos
President of the Hellenic Society of Phytiatry
Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Department of Plant Pathology
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