Greece accuses Russia of trying to destabilize

The Greek government considers Russia guilty of trying to cause unrest in Europe, increase economic pressure on it, and destabilize the situation. Yannis Ikonomou, a spokesman for the Greek government, also accused Russia of intending to cause social unrest and instability in countries that oppose its plans. The Russian Federation has repeatedly rejected the accusations […]

Scotland makes hygiene products for women free

The first country in the world to take care of women in practice – now tampons and pads in Scotland will be free for them. Starting today, August 15, educational and government institutions of the country are required to provide hygiene products for women free of charge. This is the first such experience, writes DW, […]

Early elections in Italy, Draghi’s resignation accepted

Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Thursday dissolved parliament, which means there will be early elections. According to Raibefore deciding Matarella from the second time accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Draghi and held consultations with the speakers of both houses of the Italian Parliament, as required by Article 88 of the Constitution. Italian media […]

"Government action taken too late"

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the prime minister of Greece, was accused of failing the policy and trying to explain it with the situation in Ukraine. Televised address by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, in which he reported on support measures of the population in connection with the increase in prices, caused a flurry of negative comments and […]

Unresolved problems – could not or did not want to? The first results of yesterday’s snowfall

At first, everything looked beautiful and touching – enthusiastic children caught falling snowflakes, and adults together poured out into the streets to enjoy such a rare snowfall in Athens, despite the cold and wind. Apparently, the government in full force also went for a walk, ignoring the ominous forecasts of weather forecasters. And … walked […]

"missing" prime minister and 2,000 compensation – reaction

Both the “disappearance” of Kyriakos Mitsotakis and rumors of forthcoming compensation for drivers and passengers of cars stuck in the snow that suffered at Attiki Odos provoked a furious reaction. What was it? Criminal negligence or banal incompetence? Representatives of political parties unleashed furious anger on the prime minister and the government. SYRIZA representative Nassos […]