Minos Kyriakou

Minos Kyriakou (31.5.1942) is a Greek shipowner, President of the Aegean Foundation, Chairman of Euroholdings Capital & Investment Corp. etc.

Son of Xenophon Kiriakou. He left Greece during the Civil War period, at the age of 17 he emigrated in Brasil and from there he moved to the USA.

He is the founder of the private radio station Antenna (97.1 FM) and a private television channel Antenna 1 that began to transmit in January 1990. The group Antenna controls Nova Televizija in Poland.

He is Council Member of IAAF

Minos Kyriakou is married and has three children : Xenophon, Theodoros and Athina

Languages: Greek, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian

Awards

Grand Cross of the Order of the Legion of Honour, Golden Cross of the Legion of Honour – Republic of Poland,

Golden Cross of the order of St. George, Golden Medal of Honour – Republic of Cyprus,

Golden Star of Honour – Singapore Republic

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