SNF Co-President Andreas Dracopoulos Is Featured in Le Monde

NEW YORK — In a conversation with French newspaper Le Monde, Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Co-President Andreas Dracopoulos discussed SNF support for the development of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), its largest single grant to date.

The SNFCC isa landmark that has hosted not only foreign dignitaries including President Obama and more recently EU MED leaders, but also countless visitors from around the world over the past five years.

In the same interview, Andreas emphasized the importance of public-private partnerships for the common good, stressing the need for each party in any such collaboration to see their responsibilities through in full. Journalist Marina Rafenberg mentions in the article that SNF has given over €1.4 billion in grants toward supporting Greek public sector projects.

You can read the full interview, available in French, here.


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