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Editorial Ta Nea: Responsibility

Editorial Ta Nea: Responsibility Greece’s image in Brussels is not shaped only at the level of leaders. In the heart of the European Union, Greece’s presence is also expressed by its elected representatives to the European Parliament (MEPs). SYRIZA’s MEP Dimitris Papadimoulis, who is also a vice-president of the European Parliament, made public an internal […]

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Liz Truss Crashes Greece’s Hopes for a Deal on Parthenon Marbles

Liz Truss Crashes Greece’s Hopes for a Deal on Parthenon Marbles Liz Truss ruled out a deal with Greece for the Parthenon Marbles. Credit: Joy of Museums The UK Prime Minister Liz Truss rejected suggestions that an agreement can be made with Greece over sharing the Parthenon Marbles during a TV interview on Tuesday. When […]

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Greece’s Corinth Canal Closes Again Until Next Summer

Greece’s Corinth Canal Closes Again Until Next Summer Sailing through the Corinth Canal can start in Summer 2023. Credit: Greek Reporter/Tony Cross Greek authorities announced that the first phase of the re-operation of the Corinth Canal ended on Tuesday, and the Canal has closed again until next summer, as originally planned. The second phase of […]

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Greece’s Corinth Canal closes again for completion of restoration works

Greece’s Corinth Canal closes again for completion of restoration works The first phase of the re-operation of the Corinth Canal ended on Tuesday and the Canal has closed again until next summer, as originally announced, for the resumption of the second phase of restoration works to complete its shielding, the Corinth Canal Company said in […]

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The Mystery Woman Who Broke the Female Ban on Greece’s Mount Athos

The Mystery Woman Who Broke the Female Ban on Greece’s Mount Athos Assembly of the monks of Mount Athos in 1903, where a female figure can be observed (presumed to be the Virgin Mary). Credit: Archives of the Monastery of St. Panteleimon/Public domain. This 1903 photograph of a woman on Mount Athos, which was published in […]

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PASOK condemns Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian regions

PASOK condemns Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian regions Greece’s Socialists, the PASOK-Movement for Change party, condemned on Saturday the annexation of four regions in Ukraine occupied by Russia, saying it constitutes “a flagrant violation of international law and the sovereignty” of the country. In its press release, the party also said that it is “firmly against […]

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Greece’s key role in energy security of Europe discussed in Mitsotakis-Aliyev’s meeting

Greece’s key role in energy security of Europe discussed in Mitsotakis-Aliyev’s meeting The key role that Greece can play in the energy security and supply of the Balkans and Europe due to its position, both with the infrastructures (Revythoussa, Alexandroupoli) and with the joint ventures in which it participates as a bridge with Africa, such […]

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Fireships: How Greece’s Daring Sailors Destroyed the Turkish Fleet

Fireships: How Greece’s Daring Sailors Destroyed the Turkish Fleet The painting ,”The Burning of a Turkish Frigate,” by Konstantinos Volanakis shows Greek sailors setting fire to a Turkish vessel during the War of Independence. Credit: Konstantinos Volanakis/Public Domain Silently, with mute prayers to St. Nicholas and the Virgin Mary during the Greek War of Independence, […]

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How Moody’s sees the political risk affecting Greece’s credit profile

How Moody’s sees the political risk affecting Greece’s credit profile Political risk remains high in Greece, Moody’s assessed in a report on 29 September, among other things, examining how the elections affect the country’s credit profile. As it estimates, the change in the electoral law, with the abolition of the bonus of 50 seats, makes […]

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PM conveys Greece’s steely determination

PM conveys Greece’s steely determination In a message to Ankara on Thursday, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said that Greece’s “borders are blue and not gray and whoever violates the borders is ultimately punished.” “In the 21st century, there is no room for imperial visions of other times,” he said during the naming ceremony and integration […]

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ADMIE releases H1 2022 results

ADMIE releases H1 2022 results Greece’s Independent Power Transmission Operator (ADMIE) on Wednesday said its operating results in the first half of 2022 were close to its 2021 levels. Group earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) fell 5.7% to 91.2 million euros in the January-June period and net profits fell to €24.1 million […]

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SerExpo Fair: Greece’s organic food products could compete in markets abroad

SerExpo Fair: Greece’s organic food products could compete in markets abroad A national funding plan to support organic production worth 705 million euros will benefit over 60,000 producers and livestock farmers, Agricultural Development & Food Minister Giorgos Georgantas said on the sidelines of SerExpo Fair in northern Greece, ANA reports. Georgantas was speaking at a […]

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‘Extra’ outdoor space for hospitality sector extended in Greece to January 15

‘Extra’ outdoor space for hospitality sector extended in Greece to January 15 Greece’s restaurants, bars, and cafes can continue to occupy “extra” outdoor public space beyond that allowed by their permits, putting more tables and chairs out onto the street, until January 15, 2023, based on an amendment tabled by the interior ministry on Thursday, […]

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Greek utility DEPA clinches winter LNG deal with TotalEnergies

Greek utility DEPA clinches winter LNG deal with TotalEnergies Greece’s biggest gas utility, DEPA Commercial, has clinched a deal with TotalEnergies for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) over the winter months if needed, the Greek energy ministry said on Thursday. The deal stipulates that TotalEnergies will supply Greece with two LNG cargoes a […]

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Greece’s Economy Among ‘Seven Wonders’ of the World

Greece’s Economy Among ‘Seven Wonders’ of the World The bronze equestrian sculpture of Revolutionary War hero Theodoros Kolokotronis in front of the old Parliament Building in Athens. Credit: George E Koronaios/CC SA4.0 Greece’s economy is among the seven wonders of the world, Ruchir Sharma, Chair of Rockefeller International writes in the Financial Times. He says […]

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Greece’s strategy amid the chaos in Libya

Greece’s strategy amid the chaos in Libya Admiral Alexandros Diakopoulos, the former National Security Advisor of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, joins Thanos Davelis to break down the current situation in Libya, Turkey’s overall strategy, and why it’s important for Greece to engage constructively and play the long game in Libya. Source : Newsroom Σύνδεσμος

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Man dies climbing Mt. Olympus

Man dies climbing Mt. Olympus A 40-year-old Slovak man climbing Mt Olympus, Greece’s highest mountain, has died after falling into a ravine Sunday. The man was at the “Louki” point of the Mt Olympus trail, about 200 meters below the 2,917-meter summit when he slipped and fell. Another climber called the emergency 112 number and […]

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Cyprus Breaks Greece’s Undefeated Record in UEFA Nations League

Cyprus Breaks Greece’s Undefeated Record in UEFA Nations League Cyprus Breaks Greece’s Undefeated Record in UEFA Nations League. Credit: Twitter / National Football Team of Greece @EthnikiOmada Cyprus broke Greece’s undefeated record in UEFA Nations League, winning the match with 1-0 at the Aek Arena in Larnaca on Saturday. Estonia is now the only country […]

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Mitsotakis raises Parthenon sculptures at UN

Mitsotakis raises Parthenon sculptures at UN Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis referred to Greece’s standing demand for the permanent return from the British Museum in London of the Parthenon sculptures during his address to the United Nations General Assembly. “I’m pleased to say that our long and continuing effort to reunite the Parthenon sculptures back in […]

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PM highlights Greece’s red lines in UN speech

PM highlights Greece’s red lines in UN speech Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis issued a stern response on Friday to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over the unsubstantiated claims he made against Greece during his speech at the UN General Assembly earlier this week.  At the same time, the Greek premier sought to appeal to Turkey […]

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Greece’s Thessaloniki and Florida’s Fort Lauderdale preparing to be twin cities

Greece’s Thessaloniki and Florida’s Fort Lauderdale preparing to be twin cities The municipality of Thessaloniki is preparing to “build” a “fraternal relationship” with Fort Lauderdale, FL, as the two cities have many elements and characteristics in common, such as for example, their ports, the hosting of many students, the organization of exhibitions and conferences, film […]

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Editorial Ta Nea: Greece’s diplomatic marathon

Editorial Ta Nea: Greece’s diplomatic marathon In his address to the UN General Assembly in New York on 20 September, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan unleashed provocative lies in order to defame Greece. Now, it is Greece’s turn to respond and inform the international community what is really happening in the Aegean and the Evros […]

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Three financial offers received for majority stake of Igoumenitsa port authority

Three financial offers received for majority stake of Igoumenitsa port authority Greece’s privatization agency, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), on Thursday announced that its board of directors has unsealed the three bids submitted for the acquisition of 67 percent of shares of the Igoumenitsa Port Authority in extreme northwest Greece. Following the unsealing […]

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Minister says new migrant push at Greek border an ‘organized plan’

Minister says new migrant push at Greek border an ‘organized plan’ Guards at Greece’s northeastern land border with Turkey prevented some 1,500 migrants from entering the country on Wednesday, the country’s minister for citizens’ protection said, describing the push for entry as an “organized plan.”  “There obviously exists some kind of organized plan by Turkey; […]

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Innovation Park to Turn Thessaloniki into Greece’s Silicon Valley

Innovation Park to Turn Thessaloniki into Greece’s Silicon Valley Thessaloniki Innovation & Technology Center (Thess INTEC) will turn Thessaloniki into Greece’s Silicon Valley. Credit: Thess INTEC Greece seems to be very close to attaining its own version of Silicon Valley in Thessaloniki, which will soon be home to the largest state-of-the-art science and technology park […]

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Problems with school assessments

Problems with school assessments The assessment of Greece’s primary and secondary public schools, being made for the first year, have run into some expected problems. Before the assessment by outside consultants, the schools themselves had to write detailed self-assessments of their work. Under pressure from hostile teachers’ unions, who claimed that the assessments would be […]

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Political intentions and investment grade

Political intentions and investment grade Following the appearance of Greece’s party leaders at the Thessaloniki International Fair, we now have a clearer picture of the political landscape as we head into general elections. As he said in his speech, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is seeking a strong mandate that will allow him to form a […]

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Editorial Ta Nea: A mature response to the demographic problem

Editorial Ta Nea: A mature response to the demographic problem Greece’s huge demographic problem is the country’s paramount challenge. Clearly, it is not a simple issue, as many factors and causes are intertwined. One dimension is the incentives that the state offers to new couples. Another is how attractive a country is to live and […]

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Aegean Airlines profitable as sales jump in Q2

Aegean Airlines profitable as sales jump in Q2 Aegean Airlines, Greece’s largest carrier, returned to profit in the second quarter after losses in the same period a year earlier with sales rebounding strongly as passenger traffic recovered from pandemic travel restrictions. Aegean, a member of the Star Alliance airlines group, reported a net profit of […]

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EFKA to utilize realty assets

EFKA to utilize realty assets Greece’s main pension fund intends to capitalize on a series of properties it owns in the center of Athens, some of which are considered quite emblematic. The Single Social Security Entity (EFKA) has already announced tenders for long-term exploitation concessions in the past. The objective of EFKA is the reconstruction […]

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