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Spanish PM Sanchez to Represent Greece in European Council as Tsipras Leaves

The Spanish Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will represent Greece and its Premier Alexis Tsipras at the European Council meeting on Tuesday, as the...

EU Commission Concerned Over Greek Government’s Handouts

The European Commission published its ''2019 Spring Package'' on Wednesday, in which it comments on the economic situation of every member state and proposes...

EU Opens Way For Disbursement of €1 Billion to Greece

The College of Commissioners of the EU approved the updated Enhanced Surveillance Report on Greece on Wednesday, which states that all agreed-upon reforms have...

EU Commission’s Athens Office Intentionally Leaks Fake News To Raise Awareness

The Office of the European Commission in Athens implemented a peculiar but clever idea to raise awareness about fake news on April Fool's Day. The...

Candidate for European Commission Presidency Timmermans Visits Greece

Frans Timmermans, the European Socialists' lead candidate (Spitzenkandidat) for the presidency of the European Commission has been in Athens since Sunday, attending the Movement...

European Commission Asks EU Court To Fine Greece For Water Pollution

The European Commission on Thursday asked the EU's highest court, the European Court of Justice, to fine Greece over water pollution due to agricultural activity. Referring...

EU Blocks Cash to Greece Over Delays on Reforms

Greece's creditors decided on Wednesday to postpone a 750 million euro ($854.4 million) payment to Greece following concern over the country's foot-dragging over reforms. In...

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...

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