Georgiadis Announces Creation of Liquidity Observatory

ATHENS – Development and Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis announced the creation of a 'liquidity observatory' to monitor the rate of disbursement of funds to enterprises from financing instruments managed by the banks, while speaking on Wednesday to TV Open.

He also said that "what interests us is not to create funding tools but for the money to reach enterprises that need it so that they can this money on hand."

Referring to the measures that the prime minister will announced on Wednesday evening, he said that the prime minister "will specify the measures for catering, tourism, liquidity to the economy and its restart, because Greece must win the second major wager. In the same way that we did well in the part relating to health, we must also do well in the economy. Obviously, the economic part is more difficult because Greece has some structural problems at the present time. We must work hard to have the good scenario of a one-digit recession instead of a two-digit one, we will see…"


ATHENS - With European Parliament elections looming in June, PASOK Socialist leader Nikos Androulakis seized on high food prices in Greece to take a shot at Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis inability to further rein them in.

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NEW YORK – Meropi Kyriacou, the new Principal of The Cathedral School in Manhattan, was honored as The National Herald’s Educator of the Year.


Three Little Piggies at a Yoga Class = Maximum Happiness

SPENCER, Mass. (AP) — Three little piggies went to a yoga class.

NEW YORK – Renowned painter Apos (Apostolos Chatzaras) presents his work in the solo exhibition entitled ‘Fighters N' Lovers’ opening Saturday, June 1, 6:30 PM, at the Broome Street Art Gallery, 519 Broome Street in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood, one of the most artistic areas in the world.

NICOSIA - The World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) ruled against Greek investors who lost $600 million in bonds and deposits in Cypriot banks in 2013, the funds seized on government orders to prevent their collapse.

LONDON - The United Kingdom’s Secretary for State for Culture, Media and Sport, Lucy Frazer, said no deal will be made to loan the stolen Parthenon Marbles housed in the British Museum for 200 years if Greece won’t give up ownership.

The news revealed by The National Herald that the Archdiocese is requesting an increase in parish assessments hit the Greek-American community like a bolt of lightning.

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