Our emblem is a blue pigeon, with its left wing in red, flying forwards with great momentum, whilst holding a bay branchlet inside its beak.
Below and to the right the name of “Eleftheri Patrida” with azure capital letters.
The azure and blue colours represent the sea and sky of our Homeland, whilst the red coloured wing represents the bloodshed offered through the martyrdom of Greeks in their fights for freedom. The front movement represents the continuity of Greek civilization through the millennia of its history and its consistent offering in humanity. The same pigeon, as a messenger of good news and as an evangelist of peace, symbolizes the glory and eternity of Hellenism.