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Experts Warn Macedonian Businesses to Register Trademarks Now

Athanasios Saropoulos, the president of the Central Macedonian branch of the Geotechnical Chamber of Greece, warned on Wednesday that regional agri-food businesses should register...

Prespa Agreement Vote Postponed Until Friday Afternoon

The parliamentary vote on the Prespa Agreement has now been postponed until Friday afternoon, the speaker of the Greek Parliament announced on Thursday. According to the decision...

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...

Tight Security Measures in Athens Ahead of Prespa Agreement Vote

The Greek police are bracing for possible violence at a demonstration against the Prespa Agreement which is scheduled to take place in Athens on Thursday...

Greek Parliament Set to Approve Prespa Accord

The Greek government is expected on Thursday night to secure ratification for the Prespa accord signed between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of...

Macedonia and the Practice of Democracy in Greece

My deepest respect goes to the Greek people who expressed their determination last Sunday to stand up against heinous political decisions. Tens of thousands...

Prespa Agreement Parliamentary Vote Expected on Thursday Night

The Parliamentary debate on the Prespa Agreement began on Wednesday morning, with the final vote projected to take place late Thursday night. As the state-run AMNA...

Tsipras Releases Video in Support of Prespa Agreement

The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, uploaded a video on Monday evening on his personal Facebook page which shows his support of the Prespa...

Parliamentary Debate on Prespa Agreement To Last for Four Days

The council of the Greek parliament’s president decided on Monday that debate on the  Prespa Agreement will last for four days, beginning on Monday. The decision...
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Drone Video of Demonstration Casts Doubt on Police Estimates

Footage of the Macedonia demonstration in Athens on Sunday, taken by a drone flying above Syntagma Square, casts doubt on official estimates of the...

Centrist To Potami Party Implodes in Greek Parliament

Greek Centrist party To Potami was left with no parliamentary caucus on Monday, when two of its deputies resigned over the party's stance in...

Greek Opposition Blasts Police, Ministers Over Teargas Use

The Greek opposition demanded the resignation of ministers after dozens of people were injured during clashes between police and demonstrators at the Athens rally...

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