Greek authorities broke a deal this week to commence the implementation of one of the biggest urban regeneration projects throughout Europe in the coming years that will create the largest Metropolitan Green and Recreational Park in Europe at the wid…

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The Greek Ministry of Education and UNICEF are working together to help refugee children stranded in Greece complete their education.  In this context,UNICEF's Regional Director for Central and Eastern Europe Marie-Pierre Poirier visited Athens…

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Russian President Vladimir Putin's two-day visit to Greece (27-28.05) marks the restart of the relations between the two countries, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said during a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  

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The Eurogroup discussion on Greece's economic programme review and on a roadmap for debt relief talks concluded with an agreement in principle early on Wednesday morning (25.5).  According to the released statement, the Eurogroup “welcomed…

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With 153 votes in favour and 145 against, the Greek Parliament approved on Sunday (22.5) an omnibus reform bill with the last prior actions needed to conclude Greece’s economic programme review. The bill introduces a further 1.8 billion euros i…

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras inaugurated yesterday (17.5) the construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) at a special ceremony in Thessaloniki. Planned to operate in 2019, the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will bring gas from the vast natural…

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Greece’s efforts to guarantee a concrete agreement for debt relief from its creditors gained fresh support from the United States last week, during a visit by State Minister Nikos Pappas and a series of meetings with the Secretary of the Treasu…

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Greece and eurozone creditors made significant progress on Monday (9.5), coming very close to the successful completion of the first review of Greece’s economic programme, clearing the way for the disbursement of much needed funds for the Greek…

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Before Monday’s (9.5) crucial Eurogroup meeting on Greece’s reform programme and the prospects for debt relief, the Greek parliament passed in the early hours of Monday morning a set of tough economic and fiscal reforms that cover th…

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The sustainability of Greece’s public debt is going to be the main topic of discussion amongst the Eurozone’s finance ministers, at the extraordinary Eurogroup meeting which will be held on Monday, May 9th in Brussels. It is the first tim…

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