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Funding Cuts Would be a Criminal Mistake, Greece’s Migration Minister Says

Migration Policy Minister Yiannis Mouzalas expressed concern over the possibility EU to "make a wrong move" and cut funds and staff from Greece in...

Migration Min Mouzalas Praises the Work of Asylum Service

Nearly 12,000 relocations have already been carried out in EU countries, while another 2,500 relocations will be held in the next period, Migration Policy...

Mouzalas: We Plan to Close Most Refugee Camps in 2017, Move People into Apartments

The Greek government is planning to close most refugee camps in 2017 and transfer 10,000 people to apartments, Migration Policy Minister Yiannis Mouzalas said...

Avramopoulos: EU Member-States Must Speed Up Pace of Relocation

Greece is fulfilling its obligations in managing migration and now it is time for EU member-states to show solidarity and accelerate the rate of...

Tsipras-Merkel Discuss Cyprus and Migration, Ahead of her Visit to Turkey

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the phone on Wednesday to discuss issues relating to the latter’s visit...

Tsipras-Mattarella Meet to Discuss Common Challenges in Economy and Migration

Greece and Italy are united by the common challenges they face in economy and migration, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told Italian President Sergio Mattarella...

Tsipras to Focus on Providing Debt Relief for Greece at European Council Meeting

On Thursday at a the European Council meeting in Brussels, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will focus on the completion of the second program review...

Greek PM Tsipras Meets With Top NATO Commander to Discuss NATO’s Role, Security and...

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met on Monday with the U.S. Army General Curtis Scaparrotti, EUCOM commander and NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe, to discuss...

Amygdaleza Camp Opens Again, With Playground and Wi-Fi

The notorious Amygdaleza camp for migrants and refugees opened up again by the very government that criticized its existence. Alternative Public Order Minister Nikos Toskas...

Leading Economists and Politicians to Attend 4th Athens Democracy Forum from September 14-18

Is democracy good for business? Is liberal democracy compatible with religion? Should the major institutions of global governance be reformed, or scrapped? Do terrorist...

Athens Democracy Forum to Bring Together Business Leaders, Leading Economists and Academics

The Athens Democracy Forum being organized by The New York Times is set to bring together some of the most prominent speakers that are...

Brain Drain: Three in Four University Graduates Have Left Greece

In the so-called Greek brain drain an estimated three out of every four Greek university graduates have left their place of birth over the...

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