HELLENIC ASPIS & ASSOCIATES Inc. was founded by Admiral P. Kikareas in 2001. The main reason for the foundation of the company at this time, was to undertake a contract with the Greek government for the preparation of the security of Greece during the Athens 2004 Olympics.
Since then, many activities, Alliances and projects have been realised, and the visibility and strength of the Incorporation with its Allies are very well known internationally.
In August 2007, Dr. Kikareas urged world leaders to consider the Oath of Alexander the Great in a widely read press release.
Furthermore, in June 2004, Dr. Kikareas sent an emotional appeal to the people of the world, laying out the ideal of a secure Summer Olympics 2004 and international peace. This appeal was distributed to various media organizations in a number of press releases.
Also, on July 27th 2004, Admiral Kikareas sent a message to the Governments of All Nations of the World, the United Nations and NATO, inviting them to participate as Observers in the Olympic Games, away from any political discussions or other issues, and simply have a drink together. The aim of the Olympic Games is to have the best athletes world-wide competing and making records, but the Spirit of the Olympic Games is that they use this magnificent opportunity to brink the World closer together; help Nations communicate and for everyone to enjoy themselves, forgetting any other issues.
On July 28th 2006, Dr. Kikareas proposed a peace initiative to deter violence in the Middle East, and on January 4th, 2007 he offered the Code of "The Human Brotherhood" as a means for achieving peace and security.
The scope and mission of HELLENIC ASPIS & ASSOCIATES Inc. was set by President Admiral P. Kikareas by his strong will to continue his work in this area so as to serve World security and peace. Towards this goal, he has also set up the World Foundation for Peace and Security; a non-profit organization that aims to assist countries in finding the best ways to build a safe, creative and prosperous environment for the entire mankind to live in. The Foundation needs the support of all people who believe in its aims of promoting world security and peace.
For more information or to offer your support, please contact:
Admiral P. Kikareas (retired) H.N., Ph.D.