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Egypt

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Greek-Egyptian deal on underwater cable

Greek-Egyptian deal on underwater cable Egypt and Greece signed an agreement on Tuesday to link the two countries by building a submarine cable, the Egyptian cabinet said in a statement. The deal was signed in Cairo by Telecom Egypt, the first integrated telecommunication operator in the North African country, and Grid Telecom, a subsidiary of […]

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Greece – Egypt telecom interconnection agreement inked

Greece – Egypt telecom interconnection agreement inked The agreement for the new interconnection of Greece and Egypt through a submarine telecommunication cable branch was signed yesterday in Cairo by the Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO) and Telecom Egypt, Egypt’s leading telecommunications company. The cable is currently being laid in the Southeastern Mediterranean, with a landing […]

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ΑΔΜΗΕ-Grid Telecom-Telecom Egypt: Συμφωνία για νέα τηλεπικοινωνιακή διασύνδεση Ελλάδας-Αιγύπτου

ΑΔΜΗΕ-Grid Telecom-Telecom Egypt: Συμφωνία για νέα τηλεπικοινωνιακή διασύνδεση Ελλάδας-Αιγύπτου Ο Ανεξάρτητος Διαχειριστής Μεταφοράς Ηλεκτρικής Ενέργειας (ΑΔΜΗΕ), η θυγατρική του Ομίλου Grid Telecom και η Telecom Egypt, κορυφαίος τηλεπικοινωνιακός οργανισμός της Αιγύπτου, υπέγραψαν χθες στο Κάιρο συμφωνία για νέα διασύνδεση Ελλάδας και Αιγύπτου μέσω διακλάδωσης υποβρύχιου τηλεπικοινωνιακού καλωδίου, που ποντίζεται αυτή την περίοδο στη Νοτιανατολική Μεσόγειο, με σημείο προσαιγιάλωσης την Κρήτη. Τη συμφωνία υπέγραψαν σε συνάντηση που είχαν στην έδρα της Telecom Egypt στην αιγυπτιακή πρωτεύουσα, ο Πρόεδρος και Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος του ΑΔΜΗΕ κ. Μάνος Μανουσάκης, ο Διευθύνων Σύμβουλος της Telecom Egypt κ. Adel Hamed και ο Διευθυντής της Grid Telecom […]

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Greece favors closer EU relations with Egypt

Greece favors closer EU relations with Egypt Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias spoke Sunday in favor of closer European Union relations in Egypt, a country of “capital importance for Europe.” “The Greek view is that Egypt is a country of capital importance for Europe. An EU partner and friend, with which we must develop our relations […]

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Sardi (Energean): EU and Greece should take advantage of agreement with Israel and Egypt

Sardi (Energean): EU and Greece should take advantage of agreement with Israel and Egypt Speaking on Thursday, June 16, at the 13th South Eastern Europe Energy Dialogue organized by the Southeast European Energy Institute in Thessaloniki, Dr. Katerina Sardi, CEO and Country Manager of Energean in Greece characterized the agreement signed on Wednesday in Cairo […]

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Egypt, Israel to boost gas supply to EU amid Ukraine war

Egypt, Israel to boost gas supply to EU amid Ukraine war Egypt, Israel, and the European Union on Wednesday signed a deal to increase liquified natural gas sales to EU countries, who aim to reduce dependence on supply from Russia as the war in Ukraine drags on. The deal, stamped in a five-star Cairo hotel, […]

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Cleopatra’s Favorite Perfume Recreated

Cleopatra’s Favorite Perfume Recreated Cleopatra, the Greek queen of Ancient Egypt, as depicted by Heinrich Faust in 1876. Credit: Public Domain Scientists have recreated Cleopatra’s favorite perfume from a recipe written in Ancient Greek nearly 2,000 years ago. The Greek queen of ancient Egypt’s legacy as an exotic, seductive, and powerful ruler of Egypt has […]

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Egypt plans to claim antiques seized from The Met

Egypt plans to claim antiques seized from The Met Egypt has said it plans to resort to justice to recover five Egyptian antiques seized from The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York as part of an investigation involving former Louvre museum President-Director Jean-Luc Martinez, ABC News reported, citing an article in The Art Newspaper […]

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The electric interconnection of Greece with Israel and Egypt is charging ahead

The electric interconnection of Greece with Israel and Egypt is charging ahead Athens is accelerating the two mega projects worth a total amount of 6 billion euros that will accelerate the divestment from Russian fossil fuels and the fulfillment of the goals of the Green Deal in Greece and the EU to reduce gaseous pollutant […]

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EU in talks with Egypt and Israel on gas

EU in talks with Egypt and Israel on gas Intensive consultations are reportedly under way between Israel, Egypt and the European Commission over the way to export Eastern Mediterranean gas surpluses to Europe.  Kathimerini understands that EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson is pushing for a memorandum of understanding to be signed, if possible, ahead of […]

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Underwater City of Heracleion, Egypt and its Links to Ancient Greece

Underwater City of Heracleion, Egypt and its Links to Ancient Greece Osirian statuettes of gods and goddesses found in situ on the floor of the sea at ancient Heracleion by Franck Goddio. Photo: Saint Louis Art Museum.org/ Christoph Gerigk ©Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation The Lost City Of Heracleion, which was once the largest port in Egypt, […]

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Archaeologists Uncover Trove of Mummies, Ancient Artifacts in Egypt

Archaeologists Uncover Trove of Mummies, Ancient Artifacts in Egypt Archaeologists have uncovered a massive cache of ancient mummies and artifacts in Egypt at Saqqara, an ancient site near Cairo. Credit: Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities. Archaeologists near Cairo, Egypt recently uncovered a treasure trove filled with 250 mummies and countless ancient artifacts dating to […]

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Cleopatra: The Greek Queen of Ancient Egypt

Cleopatra: The Greek Queen of Ancient Egypt Cleopatra, the Greek queen of Ancient Egypt as depicted by Heinrich Faust in 1876. Credit: Public Domain The ethnic background of Cleopatra, the famed queen of Ancient Egypt, has been a persistent topic of conversation for years. Despite the fact that she ruled over Egypt, Cleopatra was Greek. […]

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Tombs Discovered in Egypt with Death Certificates in Greek

Tombs Discovered in Egypt with Death Certificates in Greek The archaeological area in Sohag, Egypt where the tombs were uncovered: Credit: Facebook/Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities A total of 85 tombs with death certificates written in Greek letters were unearthed in the southern Egyptian province of Sohag, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said […]

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Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt is Written in Greek

Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt is Written in Greek Dried red lentils. Credit: /Wikimedia Commons/ The oldest written recipe discovered in Egypt is dated from approximately the year 300 AD. A recipe for red lentils, it was written on papyrus in the Greek language. The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities recently released a video […]

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Greek air transport: Agreements with Chile and Egypt

Greek air transport: Agreements with Chile and Egypt The agreements of the Air Services of Greece with Chile and Egypt, signed in Athens, on May 27, 2021, and on December 8, 2015, respectively, were submitted to Parliament for ratification. The agreements aim to further develop bilateral aviation relations by establishing and operating regular international air […]

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Temple for the Ancient Greek God Zeus Unearthed in Sinai, Egypt

Temple for the Ancient Greek God Zeus Unearthed in Sinai, Egypt An inscription in Greek at the Zeus temple was unearthed. Credit: Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Egypt Archaeologists unearthed the ruins of a temple for the ancient Greek god Zeus in the Sinai Peninsula, authorities in Egypt said Monday. The Tourism and Antiquities Ministry […]

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Ancient Greeks Left Their Mark in Egypt in 591 BC – in Graffiti

Ancient Greeks Left Their Mark in Egypt in 591 BC – in Graffiti Abu Simbel in Egypt. Credit:MatthiasKabel /Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0 Graffiti is usually viewed nowadays as a modern scourge, a blight on the buildings and highway overpasses in our cities that should be eradicated. But the urge to leave your mark for posterity […]

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Universities seeking to spread their wings abroad

Universities seeking to spread their wings abroad Cyprus, Egypt and Albania are the countries in which Greek universities are expected to take the first exploratory steps for establishing faculties abroad, according to the Education Ministry. To this end, contacts with members of the Greek community in these countries have already started, while the local Orthodox […]

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Egypt is ‘key’

Egypt is ‘key’ We shouldn’t start complaining again. Yes, Turkey is playing ball at the moment. After it opened up a number of fronts, developments meant it had to close them with quick and rather spectacular moves. It warmed its ties with Israel and key Gulf states while reviving support in the United States. Meanwhile, […]

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Dendias in Cairo for meeting with Egypt counterpart

Dendias in Cairo for meeting with Egypt counterpart Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will visit Cairo Monday for a meeting with his Egypt counterpart Sameh Shoukry, the Foreign Ministry announced Sunday. Broad talks between the two delegations will take place after the meeting. A joint press conference has been scheduled for 6.30 p.m. Talks are expected […]

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Greece and Egypt Agree to Speed Up Joint Energy Project

Greece and Egypt Agree to Speed Up Joint Energy Project Greek PM Mitsotakis speaks on a teleconference with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi on energy cooperation, Credit: PM’s Press Office Greece and Egypt agreed on Thursday to speed up the implementation of the energy interconnection project between the two countries as the energy crisis sweeps […]

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Copelouzos Group to finance the electricity interconnection between Greece and Egypt

Copelouzos Group to finance the electricity interconnection between Greece and Egypt The project of the company ELIKA SA of the Copelouzos group is supported by the governments of Egypt and Greece for the interconnection of the electricity transmission systems of the two countries. This was made known yesterday by the businessman, Mr. Dimitris Copelouzos, after […]

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Largest Embalming Vessel Cache in History Unearthed in Egypt

Largest Embalming Vessel Cache in History Unearthed in Egypt Embalming jars with the heads of people and animals found in Abusir, Egypt are part of the largest such deposit ever found in the country. According to the texts inscribed on them, the canopic jars belonged to “Wahibre-mery-Neith, son of the Lady Irturu.” Credit: Petr Kosarek, […]

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What Turkey’s detente with Egypt and the Gulf states means for the Horn of Africa

What Turkey’s detente with Egypt and the Gulf states means for the Horn of Africa Over the last decade we’ve seen the involvement of Turkey and the Gulf states grow significantly in the Horn of Africa, and the region became one more arena – like Libya and Tunisia – of competition between Turkey and Qatar […]

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Egypt says more work needed to restore relations with Turkey 

Egypt says more work needed to restore relations with Turkey  Egypt is “eager to find a resolution” and a formula for restoring relations with Turkey, but more work needs to be done, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said on Wednesday in an interview with Bloomberg TV.  When Egypt is “satisfied” that outstanding issues have been resolved, […]

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Volcano, Climatic Instability Caused Destruction of Hellenistic City in Egypt

Volcano, Climatic Instability Caused Destruction of Hellenistic City in Egypt Tetradrachm depicting Ptolemy II Philadelphos, with Arsinöe II, Ptolemy I, and Berenike. Credit: Louis Aragon/Wikimedia Commons The destruction of Berenike, a Hellenistic city in Egypt, was a combination of volcanic eruptions and drought, scientists say. Berenike, a Hellenistic port on Egypt’s Red Sea coast, was […]

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Egypt finds ancient military vessel, Greek graves in sunken city

Egypt finds ancient military vessel, Greek graves in sunken city Divers have discovered rare remains of a military vessel in the ancient sunken city of Thônis-Heracleion – once Egypt’s largest port on the Mediterranean – and a funerary complex illustrating the presence of Greek merchants, the country said on Monday. The city, which controlled the […]

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Medical Recipes of Hippocrates Discovered at Ancient Library in Egypt

Medical Recipes of Hippocrates Discovered at Ancient Library in Egypt St Catherine Monastery on Mt. Sinai. Credit: Joonas Plaan/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 2.0 Monks at the St. Catherine’s Monastery in South Sinai, Egypt, have discovered what is being called the oldest-to-date medical recipes from Hippocrates, who is universally referred to as the “father of Western medicine.” […]

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Greece and Egypt Stress Need to Avoid Tensions in the Med

Greece and Egypt Stress Need to Avoid Tensions in the Med Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi meet in Cairo. Credit. PM’s press office. Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi agreed of the need to avoid new tension in eastern Mediterranean during their meeting […]

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