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AHI President Met with Deputy Minister Nicholas Hardalias in Washington, DC

WASHINGTON, DC – American Hellenic Institute (AHI) President Nick Larigakis met with Greek Deputy Minister of National Defense Nicholas G. Hardalias on October 6.

“I appreciated the opportunity to meet with Deputy Defense Minister Hardalias during his visit to Washington,” Larigakis said. “He briefed me about his visit, and we had a productive discussion. We also thanked him for his support of AHI’s advocacy, especially our efforts to bring the U.S.-Greece defense relationship to the forefront of the policy agenda in Washington.”

Ambassador of Greece to the U.S. Alexandra Papadopoulou and Greek Deputy Minister of National Defense Nicholas G. Hardalias at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Hellenic Pavilion at the annual AUSA defense exhibit at the Washington Convention Center. (Photo: Courtesy of American Hellenic Chamber of Commerce)

In addition, Larigakis attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Hellenic Pavilion at the annual AUSA defense exhibit at the Washington Convention Center. There, Deputy National Defense Minister Hardalias served as the keynote speaker and led the ribbon cutting.

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