44th Anniversary of the Illegal Turkish Invasion of Cyprus

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The American Hellenic Institute

in cooperation with the

Hellenic Caucus

Cordially Invite You To A

Breakfast & Briefing

To Commemorate The

44th Anniversary of the Illegal Turkish Invasion of Cyprus 

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

8:30 - 10:30 AM

2045 Rayburn HOB, Washington DC

Member of Congress are invited to provide remarks at the event. Please contact Peter Milios at peter@ahiworld.org to confirm the Member's attendance prior to the event. 

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AHI Foundation College Student Foreign Policy Trip to Greece & Cyprus

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The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) is accepting applications for its leading travel abroad program the AHIF College Student Foreign Policy Study Trip to Greece and Cyprus aimed to help Greek and Cypriot American college students better understand the core foreign policy issues important to the Greek American community. 

During the two-week trip, the students will have the opportunity to experience first-hand foreign policy issues affecting Greece and Cyprus, and the interests of the U.S. in the region. Prior to their departure, students will meet in Washington, DC where they will attend meetings and briefings with officials at Greek and Cypriot embassies, the State Department, Congress and think-tanks.

While in Greece and Cyprus the students will attend briefings with officials at the American embassies; various ministries, including Foreign Affairs; military; members of Parliament; religious leaders; think-tanks, and members of academia and the private sector. In Cyprus, the group will visit the Turkish-occupied area, receive a guided tour of old Nicosia Airport-UNFICYP in the demilitarized zone, and take a day trip to Paphos and Ayia Napa. While in Greece, they will participate in a day trip on a private boat and an exclusive tour of the Karaiskakis Stadium, the home stadium of Olympiacos FC.

Noon Forum: "Turkey's Claims to the Eastern Mediterranean: Myth & Reality"



Professor Theodore Kariotis
University of Maryland

May 30, 2018

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Hellenic House
1220 16th Street NW
Washington DC 20036

Light refreshments will be served.

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14th Annual Athens Awards Dinner

Date: May 18, 2018

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"U.S. Strategic Interests: The Aegean Sea & Cyprus' EEZ"

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The Eastern Mediterranean sits at an geostrategic crossroads between Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. For decades, the United States has understood the importance of projecting stability and democracy in the region. 

Today, this region has been threatened by the instability and continued deterioration of democracy in Turkey. President Erdogan continues to question, violate and threaten Greece's sovereign air and space borders.

In Cyprus, a nation which Turkey has illegally occupied for over 40 years, Turkish warships have escalated tension even further. Just this past February, Turkish warships blocked an Italian drilling vessel for ENI from reaching its destination in Cyprus' EEZ, where it would rightful explore resources. 

As the region slips into increasing instability and U.S. interests are threatened, please join AHI for a timely conversation on how to resolve such issues. AHI President Nick Larigakis will serve as moderator to a panel featuring the follow experts: 



Doug Bandow

Senior Fellow
CATO Institute


Nick Karambelas

Legal Counsel, AHI
Partner, Sfikas & Karambelas LLP


John Sitilides

Trilogy Advisors LLC


April 17th, 2018


1:00 - 3:00 PM


The Capital Hilton
16th & K St NW
Washington DC 20036

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AHI Congressional Salute to Greek Independence Day

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AHI 43rd Anniversary Hellenic Heritage Achievement & National Public Service Awards Dinner

DATE: March 3rd, 2018

For Information on Last Year's Awards Dinner Click Here

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A thank you letter will be sent to this address following the completion of the Annual Dinner.

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AHI Special Breakfast & Policy Presentation

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American Hellenic Institute

Cordially Invites You To A

Breakfast & Policy Presentation

Special Guest Speakers


Amb. Haris Lalacos
Ambassador of Greece
Embassy of Greece to the U.S.

Mr. Andreas Nikolaides
Charge d’affaires
Embassy of Cyprus to the U.S.

Date: March, 3rd 2018

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Cost: $30 per person

Location: Capital Hilton
1001 16th St NW
Washington DC 20036

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AHI Greek Night at Kellari Restaurant

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The U.S. as Honored Country at the 2018 Thessaloniki International Fair

Event Summary

The United States will be the honored country at the 2018 Thessaloniki International Fair September 8-16, with the theme of “Harnessing the Power of Innovation and Creativity.”  In parallel, the U.S. Embassy in Athens will sponsor a variety of cultural programs in Greece throughout the year.  On February 9, Minister Pappas and Deputy Assistant Secretary Cohen will conclude a joint 5-day, 5-city trip promoting participation in the fair by U.S. businesses and institutions.  They will share their thoughts on the unique opportunity that this signature event presents to further the U.S.-Greece bilateral relationship.


Nikos Pappas, Greek Minister for Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media

Jonathan Cohen, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of European & Eurasian Affairs, United States Department of State

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February 9th, 2018


8:30 AM
9:00 - 10:30 AM


Capital Hilton
16th & K St. NW
Washington DC 20036

Register Today For The 14th Annual AHI Golf Classic


Tournament Sponsor


Monday, October 16, 2017

8:30 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Sports Panel
10:30 a.m. Practice Range
11:15 a.m. Shot-gun Start
4:30 p.m. Awards Dinner


6023 Fort Hunt Road • Alexandria, VA 22307
Phone (703) 329-1448

Tournament Chair:

Peter Bota

Sports Panel:

Christine Brennan, USA Today, Sports Journalist
Jim Daopoulos, ESPN, Rules Analyst, Former NFL Official
George Wallace, WTOP Radio, Sports Director
Ricky Paul Bottalico, CSN, Analyst; Co-Host of Baseball Insiders, 1490 WBCB; Former MLB Pitcher

Sponsors to Date:

Registration Sponsor

Emirates Airlines

Hole Sponsors

Atlanta Bread
Bailey’s Crossroads Auto Body
Capital Hilton
Chimicles & Tikellis LLP
Circle Management Company
Courembis Companies & Courembis Law
Cyprus Air Heating and Cooling
The Hellenic American National Council
Gold Crust Bakery
Giorgio’s Family Restaurant
James H. Lagos Company, Inc.
LaMer Beachfront Inn
National Hellenic Society
USL Financials Inc.
Seasons Pizza
Tysons Corner McLean Hilton

Golf Cart Sponsors

AHEPA Athletics
Athens Pizza
Group Z
John Marshall Bank

What Does My Sponsorship Include?

  • All golf packages include Brunch, Awards Ceremony, Dinner, green fees, and golf cart
  • Sign up individually or with a foursome. If you do not have a foursome, we'll assign you one
  • ALL levels of play are welcome!
  • Opportunity to bid on wonderful silent auction items

In the event of a rain cancellation, your contribution will be treated as a donation and a program will be sent to each participant acknowledging your sponsorship.

Tournament Sponsor Info

  • $7,500 – Tournament Co-Sponsor:

    • Sponsor name on large signs in clubhouse foyer. Includes 6 golfers.

  • $5,000 – Dinner Sponsor: 

    • Sponsor name on sign at Dinner. Includes 4 golfers.

  • $3,000 – Brunch & Sports Panel Sponsor: 

    • Sponsor name on sign at Brunch. Includes 4 golfers.

  • $1,500 – Hole Sponsor:

    • Sponsor name on large sign, only one sponsor per hole. Includes 4 golfers.

  • $1,000 – Registration Sponsor:

    • Sponsor name on table. Includes 4 golfers.

  • $500 – Golf Cart Sponsor:

    • Sponsor name on Golf Cart. Includes 2 golfers.

  • $400 – Welcome Gift Bags Sponsor: Includes 1 golfer.

  • $225 – Individual Golfer

  • $50 – Breakfast & Sports Panel Only


From Virginia via the Capital Beltway
Take I-495 E/I-95 N/Capital Beltway toward Baltimore. Exit at 177A/B, Rt. 1 South (Richmond Hwy) to Fort Belvoir. At the end of the ramp, make a left on to Fort Hunt Road. Then left at the first light which is at the intersection of Fort Hunt Road and Huntington Avenue into the Entrance of the Club. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse.

From Maryland via Capital Beltway
Take I-495 S/I-95 S/Capital Beltway toward Alexandria, VA/Richmond, VA. Take Exit 177 A/B toward US-1 South/Ft. Belvoir. This is the first exit after you go over the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. The exit will lead you onto Route 1 South. Turn left at the second traffic light – Huntington Avenue. Stay in the left lane. Continue to the next traffic light which is at the intersection of Fort Hunt Road and Huntington Avenue. Cross over Fort Hunt Road into the Club’s Entrance. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse.

From the George Washington Parkway
Take the George Washington Parkway South . Go through Old Town Alexandria and cross over the I-95, I495 overpass . As you exit Old Town Alexandria, you will see the golf course on your right. Exit the George Washington Parkway at the first exit which is Belle Haven Road. Continue to the next intersection of Belle Haven Road and Fort Hunt Road. Make a right onto Fort Hunt Road. Continue to Huntington Avenue and make a right into the entrance of the Club.

Please contact Nick Larigakis at 202-785-8430 (nlarigakis@ahiworld.org) if you have any questions.