Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insists on keeping up his well-known nationalist rhetoric to which we have grown accustomed. He does not hide his neo-Ottoman dreams and visions and continues his provocative actions not only against Greece and Cyprus, but also a number of other countries, including France.
When the first wave of the coronavirus came, the wall of ignorance had to be first broken down.
Construction activity, both public and private, in terms of the number of building permits issued, rose 16.1% in the first five months of the year.
The coronavirus pandemic has blown a hole in the budget, to the tune of €9.36 billion for the first seven months of the year.
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that any attack on a Turkish ship exploring for oil and gas in disputed Mediterranean waters would incur a “high price” and suggested Turkey had already acted on that warning.
The Thessaloniki Museum of Photography presents “Shadows of the Mind,” a selection of work by renowned South Africa-based American photographer Roger Ballen.
European battery makers are gearing up to take advantage of massive “green” stimulus packages unveiled since the coronavirus pandemic, though many acknowledge it will be tough to match the Asian giants that dominate the mainstream market.
Turkey belongs to NATO, is a member of the Council of Europe and has been a candidate for accession to the European Union for quite a long time. As a result of these ties, Turkey benefits from significant funding from Europe, enjoys a customs union with the EU and participates in attractive European partnerships in education and research.
Thursday’s session on the Athens Stock Exchange was even more subdued than recent days, if that is possible.