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Marios Demetriades: Cyprus to Revise Existing Telecommunication Law

Cyprus may agree with the revision of existing telecommunications legislation in the EU, as long as new measures are targeted and fully justified, said...

ESI Chairman Gerald Knaus on Refugee Crisis: ‘Europe Is Hiding Behind Greece’

The European Union was failing to grasp that the refugee issue is a European problem, the head of the European Stability Initiative (ESI) -- ...

Prokopis Pavlopoulos: Greece and Cyprus Coordinated in Resolving the Cyprus Issue

"Greece and Cyprus, Cyprus and Greece are perfectly coordinated in terms of resolving the Cyprus issue," Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos on Wednesday said during...

Chios: 50 Refugees Continue Hunger Strike

A total of 50 refugees from Syria and Iraq, who are currently staying at the municipal camp at Souda in Chios island, are continuing...

Dimitris Avramopoulos: Imperative to Speed Up the Refugee Relocation Program

Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said on Friday it is imperative to speed up the refugee relocation program from Greece. His...

New Images for Cigarette Packs in Greece

As of May 20, the regulation regarding smoking and the visual representation along with textual warnings placed on cigarette packs will be implemented in...

Cyprus Second Highest in the EU in Under-Employed and Part-Time Work

Cyprus was among the three EU countries with the largest shares of underemployment and part-time workers, along with Greece and Spain, in 2015, according...

Dimitris Mardas: Russian Investors Showing Strong Interest in Several Sectors of the Greek Economy

Russian investors are showing strong interest in several sectors of the Greek economy, focusing on transport and inter-regional cooperation, Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister responsible...

Open Letter to European Leaders to Help Greece, Wrap Up Review

Dozens of academics, analysts, politicians, journalists and trade unionists throughout the world have appealed to European leaders and European institutions - including those conducting...

President Pavlopoulos: Greek Veto on FYROM’s EU-NATO Bid is Non-Negotiable

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said that Greece's stand on the ongoing name dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) is non-negotiable. Visiting...

Greek Parliament Discusses More Austerity Amid Strikes

Greece halted to standstill with a snap 48-hour public-sector strike on Friday and Saturday ahead of a vote by the country's left-led SYRIZA government...

Eurostat: Return to Recovery in the Second half of 2016 and Higher Than...

Government officials expressed their content over Eurostat's second bunch of economic figures on the Greek economy in a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Alexis...