International Conference on Greece and Relations Between West and Russia in Delphi

DelphiGreece and the relations between the West and Russia will dominate an international conference taking place in Delphi this weekend, with the participation of internationally known personalities from Europe, Russia and the United States.

Among the participants are US economist James Galbraith, Italian politician and former MEP Giulietto Chiesa, leaders of the French “Left Party” and the Portuguese “Left Bloc,” Greek Alternate Culture Minister Nikos Xydakis and many others.

The meeting will focus on the EU and the Greek crisis, the deterioration of relations with Russia and the danger of another “cold” war, and a possible generalization of the conflict in Ukraine and other regions of the former USSR.

The event is supported by Lyssaridis Foundation, the Russian Institute for Globalization and Social Movements, the Greek Institute of Research for Development and Governance (INERPOST), the “Forum Mondial des Alternatives” and “”

(source: ana-mpa)


  1. Russia should improve relations with Russia. The unethical evasions over Skopje’s bizarre attempt to usurp our identity and state sponsored irredentism by some of our alleged NATO “allies” shows NATO is not longer concerned with security of Greece. We shouldn’t put all our security jelly beans in an organization that has members trying to exterminate Greeks (including PM David Cameron of Former French Possession of Britain… confirmed antihellene)