Germanos (Manos) Paraskevas Bozoutsidis was raised in Thessaloniki and currently lives in Athens, where he studies at the undergraduate program of the Department of International, European and Area Studies of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. Simultaneously he is a trainee researcher at the Institute of International Relations.
He speaks fluently English and French, while he has attended some classes of Arabic. His academic interests include International Relations, Human Rights and Public International Law. He firmly believes that MUNs are a very effective way for every participant to understand the structure of the United Nations and also how opposing views can be bridged for the advancement of the international community.
As an MUN enthusiast himself, he is more than honored to serve as the Vice-Chair of the Security Council and he wishes that every participant will have an absolutely great time!