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Ambassador Mallias addresses event on Greece and USA bilateral strategic review
Greece’s Ambassador to the United States, Alexandros Mallias, on Tuesday addressed an event held at George Washington University’s Elliot School of International Affairs on the theme “Greece and USA: A bilateral strategic review”.
The event was attended by professors, students as well as by officials of the American government and of the World Bank.
Ambassador Mallias was presented to the audience by the director of the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies of the school and former member of the White House’s National Security Council during the 2000-2001 period, Hope Harrison.
In his speech, Ambassador Mallias described the strategic and geopolitical framework within which the cooperation between Greece and the USA acquires added value and specifically Greece’s role as a world shipping power, crucial for world trade, but also as the emerging energy junction with catalytic contribution in the diversity of the energy sources of the European Union and of the West in general, thanks to the under construction oil pipeline (Burgas-Alexandroupolis) and the natural gas pipeline (TGI).