Former Prime Minister of Greece (1990-1993), Konstantinos Mitsotakis died last Monday (29.5.2017) at the age of 98He had been one of the most influential figures in Greek politics in several decades. He was born in the city of Chania, on the i…

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Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos expressed the joint belief of all Eurogroup participants that an overall agreement on Greece - including both the release of the next loan tranche and the prospect of debt relief - is possible in the next three wee…

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The Rhodes Conference for Security and Stability 2017 will take place in Rhodes on 22 and 23 May, with the participation of Foreign Ministers and high-ranking officials from states of the Arab World, the Balkans and the southeastern Mediterranean.

Th…

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"The ball is now in the creditors’ court", said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, after the omnibus bill of measures agreed between the Greek government and its creditors was ratified in Parliament on Thursday (19.02), with the support of a…

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President of the main opposition party, New Democracy, Kyriakos Mitsotakis delivered a public Lecture in the form of discussion with Head of the LSE’s European Institute, Prof. Kevin Featherstone, at the LSE Hellenic Observatory on May 15, 2017…

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A cross-party group of MEPs has written to the Eurogroup, calling on it to conclude the 2nd review of the Greek programme and deliver the necessary measures on debt relief.

The heads of three political groups in the European Parliament on Wednesday…

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Since the summer of 2015, Greece has been experiencing a huge migratory wave. Every day, hundreds of migrants, including refugees, cross the Greek borders in hopes of reachïng Western Europe. In order to tackle this crisis, Greece has ushered a…

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We have redesigned all NSRF (National Strategic Reference Framework) programmes by setting as key condition the creation of new jobs and opening them up to dynamic productive groups with no access until now, says Alternate Minister of Economy and Dev…

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Greece and its foreign creditors reached a deal yesterday 2.5.2017 on a package of prior actions for the second review of the adjustment programme agreed on August 2015 including the pension system, privatisations, retail markets and the public…

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In a statement to Athens News Agency for May Day, Labour Minister Effie Achtsioglou underlined the government's determination to crack down on employers flouting labour law, targeting in particular the practice of undeclared or under-…

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