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American Hellenic Institute 18th Annual Athens Awards Dinner on May 3

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Institute and the American Hellenic Institute-Athens Chapter present their 18th Anniversary Athens Awards Dinner honoring

George C. Economou, President Emeritus AHI Athens Chapter, and Prokopios Pavlopoulos, former President of the Hellenic Republic, at the Grande Bretagne Hotel, Syntagma Square in Athens, Greece, on Tuesday, May 3. The reception begins at 8 PM and dinner at 9 PM. RSVP is required.

More information about tickets, advertisements, and sponsorship opportunities is available online: https://bit.ly/3qOrEn5.

The American Hellenic Institute is a non-profit Greek-American public policy center and think tank that works to strengthen relations between the United States and Greece and Cyprus, and within the Greek American community. Learn more online: http://www.ahiworld.org/.

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