Defense Minister Panos Kammenos visited Cyprus on Friday to attend a formal ceremony marking the handover of the remains of 17 Greek soldiers killed in 1974, when Turkey invaded the Mediterranean island.
Greek business federation SEV has condemned Thursday’s terrorist attack against the country’s former prime minister and ex-central bank chief Lucas Papademos.
At least 14 schoolchildren have been injured in a bus crash in northern Greece, early Friday.
Greece’s main opposition New Democracy party has widened its lead over ruling SYRIZA, according to a poll by Pulse for news website Action24.
Sadly but perhaps not unexpectedly, Lucas Papademos became a symbol of the crisis that plagues our country’s public dialogue and public life.
Thursday’s terrorist attack should alarm us all, but first and foremost it should alarm the government, which has been tolerating phenomena of violence since it came to power and has allowed them to grow into a new form of terror.
The project for the further privatization of Athens International Airport is proceeding, as its shareholders, the government and state sell-off fund TAIPED have reached an overall agreement which will be made public soon.
Eighteen-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas has successfully negotiated three rounds of qualifying at the French Open and will be at the main draw of the tournament in Paris, for his first ever presence in a Grand Slam tournament.
The errors in the register of the Single Social Security Entity (EFKA) that have been troubling thousands of workers and pensioners since the start of the online system’s operations will continue to appear for the next 30 years, warned the chairman and chief executive officer of the e-Government Center for Social Security (IDIKA), Tassos Tagaris.
Greece remains a laggard in attracting foreign direct investment despite a 123 percent increase in 2016 compared to the year before, according to the latest annual report by Ernst & Young.