Greek Cheese Declared Exempt from US Import Duties

It was declared on Thursday that Greek cheese, including its iconic feta, is now exempted from customs duties imposed by the United States on...

Report Says Volume of Greek Air Traffic Plunged 74.3% in 2020

A report came out on Thursday confirming the worst fears of Greek economic experts, stating that the country had seen a drop of 74.3%...

France Boosts Military Presence in the East Med; Calls on Turkey to Behave

France will increase its military presence in the eastern Mediterranean, President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday, calling on Turkey to halt the oil and...

Greece’s National Bank Reports 457-Million Euro Profit in First Half of 2020

Greece's National Bank recently reported impressive profits despite the worldwide economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic this year. The National Bank Group announced that...

Turkish Oil Exploration Vessel Arrives on Continental Shelf; Unable to Conduct Research

According to Greek media reports, the Turkish oil and gas exploration vessel Oruc Reis has arrived, as expected, in the waters above the continental...

Greek Foreign Ministry Calls on Turkey to Stop Illegal Oil Explorations

The Greek Foreign Ministry on Monday sent a clear message that the country will defend its sovereignty and national rights, formally calling on Turkey...

Ioannina Has Become Greece’s Silicon Valley

Three German IT companies that have established research centers in Ioannina are turning the vibrant capital of Epirus into a Greek Silicon Valley, a...

MSC Cruises Restarts Cruises with Three Greek Port Destinations

MSC Cruises on Friday announced the restart of its sea cruises in the Mediterranean from August 22, with the operation of two out of...

Greece Considers Cancelling Thessaloniki International Fair for Fear of Covid-19 Spread

Greek authorities consider canceling this year's Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) after the alarming increase of coronavirus cases in the city in the last few...

Half of This Year’s Peach and Nectarine Crop in Greece Destroyed by Storm Thalia

Half of this year's harvest of peaches and nectarines was destroyed by the severe storm dubbed "Thalia" which swept through the area on Wednesday...

Restaurants, Cafes in Greece May be Forced to Close Earlier Due to Virus Fears

As a result of an increasing number of coronavirus infections detected around the country, Greece's Deputy Development Minister Nikos Papathanasis warned on Monday that...

Over 100 New Cases of Covid-19 Signals Critical Point in Greece

Health authorities have recently announced 110 new cases of Covid-19 in Greece, with the country now entering a critical turning point in trying to...

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