Greek Firms Urged to Register Macedonian Products Before Name Deal Takes Effect

Over 4,000 Greek businesses using the description "Macedonian" for their products must register them with the competent European and international agencies before the Prespa...

Greek Businessman Denies Funding ‘Macedonia’ Protests

Prominent businessman and PAOK Thessaloniki owner Ivan Savvidis has replied to indirect accusations voiced by FYROM Prime Minister Zoran Zaev that Russia is funding...

Greeks May Face Triple Election Next May

Political developments, the 'North Macedonia' issue and the next day after the completion of Greece's third bailout program all point to the likelihood that Greeks...

Greek Government Lags Behind in Opinion Poll

Greece's government is lagging behind the main opposition in the opinion polls, new research published this weekend has revealed. The data published in the Efimeritha ton...

Tsipras ‘Well-Intentioned’ About Turkish Coup Suspects in Greece, Says Ankara

A spokesman for Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan has described Greek PM Alexis Tsipras as being "well-intentioned" over the issue of the eight Turkish ex-soldiers...

Thessaloniki’s Mayor Boutaris to Run for Third Term

The mayor of Thessaloniki, who made international headlines in May after being attacked by a mob in broad daylight, has announced that he will...

Greek Island VAT Issue Could Postpone Final Bailout Payment

The Board of Directors of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) on Friday approved in principle the disbursement of the last tranche of bailout loans...

Greek Economy Will Recover if Athens Sticks to Reforms: EU

The Greek economy will continue recovering in the coming years if the country adheres to its reform commitments, the European Commission said in its...

Greek PM Tsipras from Brussels: “Difficult Meeting with Erdogan”

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said that at his meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday -- scheduled on the sidelines of the...

Greece Expelled Russians Under US, EU Pressure, Claims Analyst

Controversy continues to surround the issue of two Russian diplomatic staff ordered out of  Greece this week. In an article run by Russian news agency...

EU Commissioner Denies Calling for Albania-Greece Border Change

The European Commission has denied one of its most senior figures called for a border change between Greece and Albania. Responding to a question from...

NATO Offers Membership Talks to Skopje

Reports from Brussels are claiming NATO has offered membership talks to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). Membership of the alliance had been blocked...

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