The funds allocated to Greece from the European Recovery Fund, 32 billion euros, together with the €20 billion it can get from the European structural and investment funds, provide our country with a historically unique opportunity, not just to recover but to move into a higher orbit.
As part of a European Union program aimed at relocating 1,600 unaccompanied young migrants out of Greek state facilities, a group of 18 children were transferred to Belgium on Wednesday.
Heavy rainfall and gale-force winds on the Ionian island of Corfu caused traffic disruptions due to flooding and fallen trees on Wednesday.
Just take a moment to think of a self-made man who studied and worked hard to excel. Although he did not have any particular connections, he achieved something really special in this country: to be recognized for what he is, and not for the people he knows or because of his cronies.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ mini-reshuffle resulted in mixed reactions. The government had increased expectations by introducing the issue itself a week ago.
Hotel prices in the Attica region, which includes the capital Athens, continue to face downward pressure as not only have visitors failed to show up but many prospective travelers have declared that they are ready to cancel their trips abroad if they have to wear masks or submit to a coronavirus test – never mind having to face quarantine.
The airports serving the islands of the southern Aegean welcomed 243,530 travelers from the restart of the tourist season on July 1 to the end of the month, data released on Tuesday show.
Five Greeks have been identified among the thousands of people injured in a deadly blast at a chemical warehouse in Beirut on Tuesday that has claimed more than 100 lives.
The number of new Covid-19 infections reported in Greece hit a fresh high on Wednesday at 124 after Tuesday’s 121, while the death toll inched up to 210.