"At the beginning when I heard the title of the program "Europe changes Crete", I asked myself should Crete change? Is it nice to change the island we love and know? However, this particular effort "marries" the old with the new", said Christos Ferentinos, speaking on the show "Crete Today"
Two-day events in Heraklion and Chania and an extensive information campaign through Social Media for the "Eu Changes Crete" program were the main reason for the arrival of the well-known journalist-presenter, Christos Ferentinou in Crete.
With a humorous mood, he also announced his arrival on the island via Instagram
In "Eu Changes Crete" which aims to highlight the usefulness of the projects financed by the NSRF and their contribution to the improvement of the daily quality of life of citizens, the journalist - publicist "EU Changes Crete" Andreas Iourmetakis and journalist - presenter, Christos Ferentinos, speaking on CRETE TV and on the show "Crete Today".
"At the beginning when I heard the title of the program "Europe changes Crete", I asked myself, should Crete change, is it nice to change the island we love and know? However, this particular effort "marries" the old with the new", emphasized Mr. Ferentinos.
As the protagonist of the program's campaign, Christos Ferentinos introduces the specific projects to the wider public through 21 videos, while as he himself admits, what made a special impression on him was the Museum of Natural History or Dinosaur Museum in Heraklion. "It's the first thing that comes to mind. Only abroad could you see such complete works and also the island of Spinalonga", noted Mr. Ferentinos.