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AHI President Meets with Greek Minister of Justice

WASHINGTON, DC – At the request of Greek Minister of Justice Konstantinos Tsiaras, American Hellenic Institute (AHI) President Nick Larigakis met with the minister at the Embassy of Greece, Washington, DC, on June 8.

“I thank Minister Tsiaras for reaching out and requesting to meet during his busy itinerary in Washington,” President Larigakis said. “It was a pleasure to discuss issues of mutual interest and how AHI works in the best interests of the United States to strengthen relations between the United States and Greece.”

AHI President Shares Perspective on Mitsotakis’ Visit with Man & Culture Magazine

Man & Culture Magazine, an online lifestyle magazine celebrating the modern man, including leaders in business, politics, and culture, interviewed AHI President Nick Larigakis as part of the magazine’s profile of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ May 2022 visit to Washington, DC.

Sigurd Neubauer, owner of Man & Culture Magazine, and a highly respected international affairs authority, interviewed Larigakis to gain his perspective on the prime minister’s visit.

“I appreciated the opportunity to share my perspective on Prime Minister Mitsotakis’ successful visit to Washington with Man & Culture Magazine,” Larigakis said. “I especially thank Mr. Neubauer for his interest and coverage.”

More information about AHI is available online: https://www.ahiworld.org/.

 

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