IMF Spokesman Says Clear Commitment of Partners Needed to Restructure Debt

The spokesman for the International Monetary Fund, Jerry Rice, briefing journalists today, said that the IMF wants a clear commitment of the partners to...

2 Turkish Soldiers Allegedly Involved in Erdogan Assassination Attempt, Arrested in Orestiada

Two Turkish soldiers who allegedly participated in the July 2016 coup attempt were detained in Alexandroupolis, Greece. The two men are thought to be...

Turkish Research Vessel ‘Cesme’ in Greek Territorial Waters

Turkish research vessel Cesme was reportedly in Greek territorial waters on Thursday, according to NAVTEX 244/17 issued on Wednesday by Turkish authorities. According to the...

Trial Begins for Patras Mayor Kostas Peletidis Vs Golden Dawn Candidate

On Thursday dozens of people gathered outside of the courthouse in Patras in support of their mayor, Kostas Peletidis, in the lawsuit that was...

Chinese and Russian Investors Top List for ‘Greek Golden Visa’

Chinese investors are on top of the list of the "Greek Golden Visa" recipients as the program provides residence permits to third-country residents and...

Greek FinMin Breaks Silence; Will Give Full Report in the House on Tuesday

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos appeared in parliament on Thursday afternoon and stated that he will give a full report on the agreement with...

The Mystery of the Greek Finance Minister’s Disappearance

In a normal, European, Western democracy, the government would have handled the issue of the country's bailout with seriousness and respect for its citizens....

Greek Dep DefMin: We Deal With Turkish Provocations Calmly and With Determination

"We operate based on three things: composure, calm, determination," said Greece's Deputy Defense Minister Dimitris Vitsas on Wednesday in light of recent provocations by...

BoG: Tourists in Greece Spent Less in 2016; Hits 15-Year Low

This week the Bank of Greece (BoG) released data showing that although tourism numbers are up in Greece, the amount of money tourists are spending...

145 Refugees and Migrants Rescued off Chios

One hundred and forty-five refugees and migrants arrived in Chios, Greece,on Wednesday breaking a two-week lull in arrivals. The first group of 18 people, six...

BoG Governor Sees Opportunity for Necessary Reforms

The Greek economy continues to have competition distortions in some markets and there is significant room to free its dynamism, Bank of Greece governor...

IMF’s Lagarde: Greek Debt Doesn’t Need a ‘Haircut’

The International Monetary Fund's Christine Lagarde, maintains her position that the Greek debt does not need a haircut but instead requires low interest with...

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