Greek Author Michalis Ignatiou to Present New Book on Troika in New York

6 February 2016
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The Greek publishing house Livanis in collaboration with the Hellenic Book Club, the Hellenic American Leadership Council, the Dodecanese Federation, the Pancyprian Association of America the Society of Greek Authors and other Greek-American organizations will be presenting Michalis Ignatiou’s new book.

Ignatiou, a well-known Greek journalist and author wrote a book on Troika, the committee led by the European Commission, along with the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund, that organized loans to the government of Greece and is currently overseeing the country’s progress.

The presentation will take place on February 5, at 7pm in the Archdiocesan Hellenic Cultural Center of New York (27-09 Crescent Street, Astoria New York, 11102).

Michalis Ignatiou has worked as an IMF and State Department correspondent for Greek broadcasters and newspapers such as Mega and Ethnos. Furthermore, he also works for Mega Cyprus and Nicosia’s newspaper, Fileleftheros.

He is a part of the research team that handles declassifying documents from the White House, State Department and the CIA. Furthermore, he was a member of the group of researchers that uncovered thousands of pages of documents from the confidential file of Henry Kissinger.

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