On August 20, Greece exited the economic adjustment program, its third since the beginning of the economic crisis in 2009, marking the end of almost a decade of strict fiscal surveillance. From now on, the country´s policy agenda…

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The Greek parliament ratified yesterday a set of reforms and measures, including streamlining civil service salary structures and opening the market for banks to sell off bad loans to overseas funds. All MPs of the governing coalition approved t…

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Meropi Tzoufi, Deputy Minister of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, spoke to Greek News Agenda* on the subject of Greek-language studies and education in foreign countries, analysing the challenges faced in the effort to meet the needs of Gr…

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Germans feel that crises do not affect them, Axel Troost said, interviewed by Kaki Bali for the Sunday edition of Avgi newspaper (10.09.2017). Troost, member of the Bundestag and deputy chairman of Die Linke (The Left) Party, has an active interest…

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Konstantinos Papadimitriou holds a degree in Law and has studies in Administrative Science and Pedagogy. He has worked as a special scientist to the Ombudsman (2000-2015), a Director of the National School of Public Administration (2015 -2017) a…

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Dimitrios Papadimoulis, Vice-President of the European Parliament and Head of Syriza delegation in the European Parliament, was the main speaker at a London School of Economics and Political Science event (25.04) on the prospects of the Europe…

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Minister of Finance Euclid Tsakalotos was in London last week speaking to academics, opinion makers, hedge funds and international investors, where he reiterated that Greece plans to return to bond markets in the second half of 2016&nb…

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This Monday 29/10, prime minister and leader of SYRIZA Alexis Tsipras addressed a letter to the leaders of the political parties in Parliament, ahead of the government initiative for revising the Constitution.

In his letter, the prime minister…

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The Greek News Agenda editorial team extends its best wishes to its readers for a bright and joyful holiday season and our sincere thanks for your loyalty and goodwill throughout the year.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all, with pea…

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German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited Athens on Thursday (29.10) for a series of meetings with Greek officials focusing on the migrant and refugee crisis, the greek economy and bilateral relations.
 
Meeting Steinmeier at the P…

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