Greek teams remained winless at the Europa League group stage after the second round of games on Thursday, but unlike AEK that lost to Leicester City at home, PAOK will be happy to return from Granada with a draw.
Greece will submit its plan for the absorption of resources from the Next Generation EU fund to the European Commission on November 15.
Greece’s transition to the fifth-generation networking (5G) era will be determined at the headquarters of the National Commission for Telecommunications and Post (EETT) in Maroussi on Friday.
The news of lockdowns both in Greece and elsewhere, the terrorist attacks in France and the extensive losses posted by European stock markets on Wednesday and Thursday led to a big drop at Athinon Avenue on Thursday, with banks leading the slide.
Shipping bunker buying management service provider Prime’s Bunkersplus is holding a question-and-answer event on Friday involving bunker supply chain experts on the subject of low-sulfur fuel (VLSFO 0.50%) to discuss the challenges it poses to fleet owners around the world and try to disperse facts, unveil myths and safeguard ethics of this highly sensitive topic.
Greek authorities have stepped up inspections to check compliance with measures put in place by authorities to curb the spread of the coronavirus, with officers from Attica Police Headquarters (GADA) carrying out 19,986 inspections on Wednesday in Attica alone.
Yields on Southern European government bonds fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank clearly signaled it will provide more stimulus at its next meeting to contain the growing fallout from a second wave of coronavirus infections.
The journalist, economist and former politician Petros Kounalakis died on Thursday at the age of 83.
“Europe will not surrender to religious fanaticism and intolerance,” Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said in a social media post on Thursday, expressing support for the French people in the wake of the deadly knife attack in the town of Nice.
The last 74 residents of the makeshift PIPKA camp on the island of Lesvos will be transferred to the recognized municipal accommodation facility of Kara Tepe for vulnerable migrants, which operates under the supervision of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).