Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is due in Brussels on Monday to attend the European Union's foreign affairs council where officials are to discuss the signing of a maritime boundaries deal between Turkey and Libya, the ministry said in a statement.
Turkey is speeding up its efforts to acquire and a third drillship, according to the country's pro-government newspaper Yeni Safak which reports that Ankara is seeking to buy from the Norwegian companies from which it purchased its Fatih and Yavuz vessels.
We are coming to realize that in order to have jobs we need to have private investments.
In the face of increasing transgressions by Ankara in the broader region, Athens is planning a series of initiatives aimed at isolating Turkey on the international stage and seeking to annul a Turkish-Libyan maritime boundary accord that challenges Greek sovereignty.
This Turkish campaign is an act of international piracy, a blatant violation of international law, and a challenge that mandates a strong response from Greece.
It never ceases to amaze me how the political and journalistic community in Athens interprets the op-eds, reports and cartoons in the media. Behind each, they see schemes and ghosts.
Greece has completed a remarkable tally of four medals, including two golds, by the end of the European Short-Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow, with Andreas Vazaios having the Greek national anthem played twice in his honor.
Olympiakos and PAOK have completed the first half of the regular season of the Super League on top and unbeaten, in the first time in the history of the top flight that two teams have played all their opponents once without losing a single game.
The US continues to apply pressure about the issue of fifth-generation cellular telephony equipment (5G), both in Europe and in Greece, as many networks are currently close to large equipment procurements. Signs show that this pressure is yielding results.
A country’s foreign policy is the first to be afflicted by an overload of opinions on how to move forward. But because the risks are real, everyone needs to exercise restraint.