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Ste•fa•no•pou•los

(ˌstɛf əˈnɒp ə ləs;, -ˈnɔ puˌlɔs)
n.
Costis, born 1926, president of Greece since 1995.
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Por otra parte, el primer ministro griego Alexis Tsipras visito Moscu en abril de 2015, y el presidente Prokopis Pavlopoulos lo hizo en enero de 2016, emulando las visitas del presidente Konstantinos Stefanopoulos en 1995 y 2000, mientras que el presidente Putin reanudo visitas a Grecia en mayo de 2016 tras aquellas de 2001, 2006 y 2007, valorando el respaldo del pais heleno sobre las sanciones de la UE respecto a Crimea.
Stefanopoulos (Ed.), Anthology of the Ancient Greek World (pp.
Costas Velaris, the lawyer for Kykkos monastery, told Phileleftheros that the 1998 deal was brokered by the then President of the Hellenic Republic Costis Stefanopoulos and former Greek foreign minister Theodoros Pangalos.
The use of Moxifloxacin in treating a wide variety of bacterial infections has been documented in human (Schmidt et al., 1998; Fogarty et al., 1999; Stefanopoulos and Tarantzopoulou, 2005) and animal (Kalteis et al., 2006; Intorre et al., 2007; Yoo et al., 2010; Goudah and Hasabelnaby, 2010) studies.
Panagiotis Kiekkas, Nursing Department, Highest Technological Educational Institute of Patras, Greece; Georgia Theodorakopoulou, Nursing Department, Highest Technological Educational Institute of Patras, Greece; Nikolaos Stefanopoulos, Highest Technological Educational Institute of Patras, Greece; Dimitrios Tsotas, Patras University Hospital, Greece; George I.
[6.] Steriotis, T., Stefanopoulos, K., Kanellopoulos, N., Mitropoulos, A., Hoser, A.
Blanchard III, executive editor Soula Stefanopoulos, and senior editor Philip Springer.--November 10, 1994
The Games, which feature 301 medal competitions in 28 sports and bring together about 16,000 athletes and officials in the largest Olympics ever, were declared open by Greek President Konstantinos Stefanopoulos.