Archbishop Elpidophor makes excuses for participating in the opening of the “Turkish Center” in New York

The head of the American Archdiocese of Phanar, Archbishop Elpidophoros (Lambriniadis), said that he regretted the pain that he unwittingly inflicted on the Cypriot brothers by his participation in the opening of the Turkish Center in New York. He wrote about this on your Facebook page September 24. According to him, he understands very well […]

Efood couriers hold demonstrations against the company’s decision

Today in the center of Athens there is a mass “motorcycle race” of hundreds of efood employees. Couriers on red mopeds, dressed in company colors, made several circles in the center of the capital, to the sound of horns and the approving whistle of passers-by. The Documento edition, which is considered pro-Syrize (Siriz’s party), distributed […]

Tensions in the Aegean Sea are on the rise

Tensions in the Aegean Sea rose again to critical levels after the Turkish Coast Guard aimed weapons at their Greek counterparts in the sea area off Farmakonisi Island on Sunday evening. The incident took place before the likely meeting of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in New York, and […]

Greek Prime Minister’s optimistic forecasts amid massive protests

At the International Fair in Thessaloniki, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced the imminent end of the pandemic and economic growth. Meanwhile, protests in the northern capital escalated into clashes with the police. During his annual speech, the Greek prime minister was optimistic that the economy is expected to grow by 5.9% this year, up […]

Mitsotakis: Failures recognized, actions indicated

At his first press conference after the start of the devastating wildfires, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis acknowledged the setbacks in the fight against the disaster and announced measures to protect the country from the climate crisis. The Greek prime minister insisted that responsibility “would be transferred” in due course, hinting at the possibility of a […]

Mitsotakis: “I beg your pardon”

Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent a message to citizens about the catastrophic fires. The Greek Prime Minister apologized for the shortcomings that arose during the extinguishing of the fires, but at the same time noted that now is not the time to take responsibility. However, as he characteristically stated, “responsibilities will be allocated whenever and wherever necessary.” […]

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