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U.S. State Department Officials Visit AHI’s Hellenic House

WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) welcomed U.S. Department of State officials to AHI’s Hellenic House for meetings on October 5.

AHI representatives met with Josh Huck, director, Office of Southern European Affairs, to discuss the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean. David Mendez, Greek Desk officer, and Sophia Berhie, Cyprus Desk officer, accompanied him.

“We appreciated the opportunity to provide AHI’s perspective on recent developments and to have a productive exchange of views,” AHI President Nick Larigakis said.

In addition to President Larigakis, AHI Foundation President Leon Andris, Legislative Assistant Demos Theofanopoulos, and Policy Consultant Elias Gerasoulis attended the meeting.

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