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Foreign Ministers Bid Farewell to Departing Cypriot FM Ioannis Kasoulides

On Monday, EU foreign ministers bade farewell and thanked their Cypriot peer Ioannis Kasoulides in an emotional atmosphere, as he participated for the last time...

Delay Hits €5.7B Greek Bailout Payment

Greece failed to receive a fourth €5.7-billion ($7 billion) tranche of bailout funds on Monday, despite a senior EU figure confirming Athens had met "99...

Hahn: Ending ‘Macedonia’ Dispute No Guarantee of EU Status for Skopje

  Even if the name row between the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Greece was resolved, FYROM would still not meet all the...

Greece Ambivalent about Turkish President Visit

Greece doesn't know what to expect from this week's visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan; which is to take place in Greece after...

Greeks Consume 40% Less than Euro Zone Average

Consumer spending in Greece has declined by 36 billion euros in seven years, with  the annual nominal consumer spending per capita in Greece being...

Cyprus and Russia to Sign Seven Bilateral Agreements

Seven agreements have been finalized and will be signed on Tuesday between Russia and Cyprus, during the President of the Republic of Cyprus; Nicos...

The Drug Routes Through Greece to Europe

Greece's geographical position at the point where three continents meet and a gateway between east and west makes it a key route for the...

Asylum Seeker Rejected in Germany to be Returned to Greece

The first migrant whose refugee application was rejected by Germany will be returned to Greece by the end of October, the Athens-Macedonian News Agency...

Greece Ranked Lowest in EU in Updated Gender Equality Index for 2017

Europe is making progress on gender equality but "at a snail's pace," according to the updated gender equality index for 2017 issued by the...

Dombrovskis: ‘Ιdeal Timeframe’ for Completion of 3rd Review would be End of Year

The "ideal time frame" for the completion of Greece's third program review would be by the end of the year, but this will depend...

FYROM Wants Accession to EU Talks to Start, Greece Objects due to Name Dispute

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) wants to start the process of accession to the European Union, but Greece objects because of the...

More than 18,500 Refugees Relocated from Greece to EU Since October 2015

More than 18,500 refugees have been relocated from Greece to other countries of the European Union between October 2015 and 27 August 2017, according...

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