Born in Sopoto, Kalavryta, to the lawyer Andreas Sofianopoulos and Athena Papageorgiou, he was elected a member of parliament for the Serres constituency in the 1933 Greek election. He served twice as Foreign Minister of Greece between 1945 and 1946.
- Economical and political study on the Balkan States and on Central and Eastern Europe, Athens 1927
- Geographical, political and geo-economical studies on the basin of the Danube, the Balkan peninsula and of East Mediterranean
- Arnold Dreyblatt, Who is Who in Central & East Europe
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