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ATHENS - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday spoke on the phone with his Italian counterpart, Giorgia Meloni, whom he congratulated on assuming her duties.

ATHENS - China's ambassador to Greece Xiao Junzheng, in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) on Wednesday, referred to his country's pandemic prevention and control measures, saying that it was self-evident that China, a huge country with an area as large as the whole of Europe and four times the population, should have different approaches from region to region.

ATHENS - China's ambassador to Greece Xiao Junzheng, in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) on Wednesday, referred to his country's pandemic prevention and control measures, saying that it was self-evident that China, a huge country with an area as large as the whole of Europe and four times the population, should have different approaches from region to region.

ATHENS - "It is our national priority to locate and dismantle the human trafficking rings," underlined Migration Minister Notis Mitarachi on Wednesday, addressing the 113rd Session of the Council of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Geneva.

ATHENS - "It is our national priority to locate and dismantle the human trafficking rings," underlined Migration Minister Notis Mitarachi on Wednesday, addressing the 113rd Session of the Council of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Geneva.

ATHENS – Greeks are depending on state aid to pay most of their soaring electric bills and there's worries about gas and oil supplies in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine but Greece is now a hub for exporting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said.

ATHENS – Greeks are depending on state aid to pay most of their soaring electric bills and there's worries about gas and oil supplies in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine but Greece is now a hub for exporting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said.

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Tsipras Says Greece in “Last Days of Pompei” Under Mitsotakis

ATHENS – The mid-2023 elections aren't even on the horizon yet but the gloves are already off as major opposition SYRIZA leader and former Premier Alexis Tsipras demanded snap polls because he said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is bringing Greece into ruin.

ATHENS – The mid-2023 elections aren't even on the horizon yet but the gloves are already off as major opposition SYRIZA leader and former Premier Alexis Tsipras demanded snap polls because he said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is bringing Greece into ruin.

Androulakis Stresses Importance of Economic Growth, Social Cohesion and Environmental Protection

ATHENS - "The triptych of economic growth, social cohesion and environmental protection must form the basis for the new social contract that the country, Europe, and the world need.

ATHENS - "The triptych of economic growth, social cohesion and environmental protection must form the basis for the new social contract that the country, Europe, and the world need.

Αmbassador Maisonnave: Greece Plays an Important Role in Stability and Security

ATHENS - "France is obviously on Greece's side on the migration issue and on the enlargement of the European Union with regard to the integration of some Balkan countries and already France and the EU have taken related decisions.

ATHENS - "France is obviously on Greece's side on the migration issue and on the enlargement of the European Union with regard to the integration of some Balkan countries and already France and the EU have taken related decisions.

Fragogiannis Highlights the Achievements of Economic Diplomacy

ATHENS - In an article in the Naftemporiki newspaper appearing on Tuesday, the Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy and Openness Kostas Fragogiannis highlighted the achievements of economic diplomacy, thanks to "the government's choice to strengthen and create economic diplomacy in the foreign ministry.

ATHENS - In an article in the Naftemporiki newspaper appearing on Tuesday, the Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy and Openness Kostas Fragogiannis highlighted the achievements of economic diplomacy, thanks to "the government's choice to strengthen and create economic diplomacy in the foreign ministry.

Turkey Wants to Surpass Greece, Spain for Most Blue Flag Beaches

ATHENS - Coming out of nowhere to rise to third in the world in Blue Flag beaches certified as having pristine waters and conditions, Turkey plans to overtake number one Spain and number two Greece to become first.

ATHENS - Coming out of nowhere to rise to third in the world in Blue Flag beaches certified as having pristine waters and conditions, Turkey plans to overtake number one Spain and number two Greece to become first.

SYRIZA Says New Democracy Rule Making People’s Lives Worse

ATHENS – Greek elections won't be coming until mid-2023 but a de fact campaign is already underway with the major opposition SYRIZA lashing out at the New Democracy government, claiming it's put people in a financial predicament.

ATHENS – Greek elections won't be coming until mid-2023 but a de fact campaign is already underway with the major opposition SYRIZA lashing out at the New Democracy government, claiming it's put people in a financial predicament.

In London, Mitsotakis Tells Investors He’ll Keep The Boom Going

LONDON - Greek Prime Minster Kyriakos Mitsotakis told a conference of potential investors in London that he'll win re-election in 2023 and accelerate an economic recovery, make sure it reaches all of society and bring sustainable energy sources.

LONDON - Greek Prime Minster Kyriakos Mitsotakis told a conference of potential investors in London that he'll win re-election in 2023 and accelerate an economic recovery, make sure it reaches all of society and bring sustainable energy sources.

Mitsotakis Says Parthenon Marbles Could Return, But Won’t Push

LONDON - Shying away from taking a stand in London, where the British Museum houses the stolen Parthenon Marbles, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he believes they could be reunited, and maybe returned at some point.

LONDON - Shying away from taking a stand in London, where the British Museum houses the stolen Parthenon Marbles, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he believes they could be reunited, and maybe returned at some point.

NYT: Greek Journalists Say They’re Being Surveilled, Fearful, Goverment Denies It

ATHENS – While the New Democracy government said national security requires phone bugging – but denied using Predator spyware – some Greek journalists said they believe they're being tracked, and especially anxious in the wake of the unsolved murder of investigative reporter Giorgos Karaivaz.

ATHENS – While the New Democracy government said national security requires phone bugging – but denied using Predator spyware – some Greek journalists said they believe they're being tracked, and especially anxious in the wake of the unsolved murder of investigative reporter Giorgos Karaivaz.

Skrekas: Greece Emerging as a Key Gateway for Natural Gas in SE Europe

ATHENS - Greece is rapidly emerging as the key gateway for natural gas in Southeastern Europe, with projects such as the TAP pipeline, the LNG terminal in Revythoussa and the FSRUs in Alexandroupolis, Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas said on Monday, addressing the voria.

ATHENS - Greece is rapidly emerging as the key gateway for natural gas in Southeastern Europe, with projects such as the TAP pipeline, the LNG terminal in Revythoussa and the FSRUs in Alexandroupolis, Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas said on Monday, addressing the voria.

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