WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) announced it has released a 2022 update to its fact sheet that details Greece’s contributions to United States interests in the eastern Mediterranean and to NATO. The fact sheet is titled “Greece: Valued Ally. Strategic Partner.”
“When it comes down to it, Greece is a proven, reliable, and invaluable ally of the United States and an integral contributor to NATO,” President Nick Larigakis said. “Greece takes its obligations to the Alliance seriously even amid challenging times. Our fact sheet presents data, provides testimonials from prominent U.S. and NATO officials, and highlights examples of how Greece has contributed to United States security interests and international peacekeeping operations over many decades.”
Larigakis added: “We strongly encourage the community to utilize the fact sheet as an educational tool when speaking or meeting with policymakers and to share it widely.”
AHI published the original fact sheet in 2015. This is the fact sheet’s fourth update.
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