Letter to Editor

Praise for TNH’s Mitsotakis Coverage

May 30, 2022

To the Editor:

I much enjoy, after hectic work weeks, my retreats to my homestead, when I read the weekend papers, especially The National Herald. This delight was again exemplified this past week with TNH’s coverage of the Greek Prime Minister’s visit to the U.S. and his address to Congress – which sadly went absent in the other major newspapers, though Greece has made profound contributions to civilization and is an important geopolitical ally of the U.S. TNH provides insightful and informative news coverage of Greek political affairs in Greece and in the U.S. and wonderful articles on Greek culture, history, and religion. As a Greek-American, I am really proud of TNH.

Michael Manoussos, Esq.

Kew Gardens, NY



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