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EU Extends Post-Program Framework for Greece by Six Months

The European Commission announced on Wednesday its decision to extend its "enhanced surveillance framework" for the nation of Greece by six months. This decision was...

EU Predicts Rosy Outlook for Cyprus Economy This Year

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the island nation of Cyprus is expected to grow by 3.3 percent in 2019, the European Commission said...

Creditors Leave Athens Without Plan for Settling Tax Debt

The Greek government did not present their plans for settling tax debt in 120 installments during negotiations this week in Athens with their creditors'...

NATO, EU Hail Greek Approval of Prespa Name Deal

Top political officials from around the world hailed the Greek Parliament's ratification of the Prespa Agreement on Friday. The ratification in effect settles the "Macedonia"...

EU Commissioner Avramopoulos Calls Prespa Agreement “Problematic”

The European Union’s Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos characterized the Prespa Agreement as "problematic" in a statement he issued on Wednesday. The European Commissioner for Migration, Home...

EU: Greece has Not Implemented 16 Bailout Program Prerequisites

File photo: Greece's Ministry of Finance The European Commission is urging Greece to proceed with 16 prerequisites that have to be completed by the end...

European Commission Approves Greece’s 2019 Budget

The European Commission on Wednesday approved Greece's budget for 2019, the first budget drawn up after the bailout of 2015, while urging the country...

EU to Decide How Greece’s Primary Surplus Should be Used

Greece's budget for 2019 will be assessed by creditors who will decide how the surplus will be spent, Eurogroup President Mario Centeno announced on...

German Press: Greece Will Likely Need Another ‘Bailout’ Due to High Debt

Due to its high public debt, it is doubtful whether Greece will make it on its own in the long run without new financial...

EU Anti-Fraud Watchdog Probes Possible Misuse of Refugee Funds in Greece

The European Union anti-fraud watchdog is investigating possible misuse of EU funds provided for food for refugees in Greece, a Politico report says. The probe...

Commission and EPP say Greek Journalists’ Arrest is Against European Values

The European Commission and the European People's Party condemned the arrest of three journalists from Greek newspaper Fileleftheros as threat to the rule-of-law, a...

Greece’s Migrant Crisis: European Commission Announces Additional €37.5 million in Emergency Funding

On Wednesday it was announced by the European Commission that an additional 37.5 million euros will be given to Greece as emergency aid to...

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