Greek health authorities announced 151 new SARS-CoV-2 infections in the country in the last 24 hours, seven of which were imported infections detected at the country’s entry points.
Rain and thunderstorms hit the region of Attica on Friday evening as the weather front Thalia reached the southern part of the country.
On a trip Thursday to the remote southeastern Aegean island of Halki, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he wants to introduce a provision to reduce the ENFIA property tax for small islands.
The Greek side was and remains ready and willing to enter into exploratory talks with Ankara. The recent agreement on exclusive economic zones (EEZs) between Greece and Egypt seems to have irked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who abruptly called off the upcoming talks.
Aiming to decrease overcrowding on urban transport amid the coronavirus pandemic and improve services, the government on Friday announced a batch of immediate and medium-term measures.
National Bank (NBG), one of Greece’s four largest lenders, on Thursday reported a big drop in second-quarter net profit compared with the first quarter on the back of lower trading, fee and commission income.
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Turkey had resumed drilling operations in the eastern Mediterranean as Greece had not kept its promises regarding energy exploration in the region.
One hundred and thirty-four Iraqis, including 38 children, voluntarily returned to their homeland on a charter flight Thursday from Athens International Airport as part of an assisted voluntary return program implemented with the support of the International Organization for Migration.