Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will have a telephone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan this evening at 19:30 to discuss the latest developments in Afghanistan.
The call will focus on the latest developments in Afghanistan
The link between the Parthenon Marbles, the Benin Bronzes, and the UK’s Charities Act 2022
The UK’s Charity Committee approved the request of Cambridge University’s Jesus College and London’s Horniman Museum to return the Benin Bronzes in their collections to Nigeria.
Akar imbues Air Force Academy cadets with nationalist hatred: ‘Let us die, let us become martyrs’
'Imia is a milestone. After that, there is no prospect of them [the Greeks] making a move. Wherever it leads, let us die, let us become martyrs, we are veterans. It is that simple,” Turkey's defence minister declared.
Editorial Ta Nea: Responsibility
Having served as an MEP for so many year - the last six as a European Parliament vice-president - Mr. Papadimoulis should have known better the limits and responsibility of his role.
ECB meets on Cyprus to mull interest rates and inflation
What talks will focus on
Thessaloniki-Izmir ferry connection starts on Monday, October 10
The connection not only links Greece to Turkey, it also Europe to Asia
Mitsotakis discusses Alexandroupolis base, escalating Turkish provocations with US House delegation
Mitsotakis briefed the House members on Turkey’s extreme, escalating rhetoric against Greece, underlining that Ankara’s disputing of Greece’s sovereignty over its Aegean islands is a red line,
Editorial Ta Nea: Τurkey’s tactic of shifting tensions
It should be made clear internationally that the 2019 Turkey-Libya Memorandum of Understanding on the Delimitation of Maritime Jurisdiction Areas in the Mediterranean is illegal.
Editorial To Vima: Tayyip Erdogan’s slippery slope
Does Turkey truly want to attack Greece militarily, or simply to drag it into a comprehensive negotiation based on its demands from a position of power, after a controllable military clash?
Editorial Ta Nea: Dysfunctions at National Health System hospitals are the rule
One must set aside temporary measures for understaffing – such as limited-time transfers of doctors from one hospital to another – and urgently seek solutions that will be effective in the long run.
Greek PM Mitsotakis’ OpEd on Bloomberg: Europe Can Fight Putin By Capping Gas Prices
Russia has weaponized energy. Here is how the EU can strike back.