AEK has edged even closer to a spot in next season’s Champions League qualifiers as the Super League runner-up, after opening a four-point gap over rival PAOK on Wednesday.
The method used to calculate cars’ registration tax is changing radically, according to a draft law the Finance Ministry has put up for public consultation.
Taxpayers will be able to carry out remotely all their business with state agencies regarding property transfers, original tax declarations or amendments for past years such as the Large Property Tax (FMAP) or the Single Property Levy (ETAK), as well as various property certificates.
The budget of the state-subsidized holiday program known as ‘social tourism’ for Greek citizens who fulfill certain eligibility criteria will be boosted by another 7 million euros so that an additional 70,000 Greeks can participate, following a decision signed on Wednesday by Labor Minister Yiannis Vroutsis.
President Katerina Sakellaropoulou on Wednesday evening addressed an event inaugurating Greece’s presidency of the Council of Europe at the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens, hailing a "special opportunity" for a country that suffered during the economic crisis and came through due to the sacrifices of its people as well as its membership of the European Union.
The constant growth in global cases of Covid-19 continues to affect international markets, and sent stocks lower in Greece too on a day marked also by the huge interest in the local T-bill issue.
Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis has condemned a spate of vandalism in the city center directed against flower boxes set up as part of the Grand Walk as well as a monument to the victims of a fire at a branch of Marfin Bank in 2010.
Greek twins Marianna and Sofia Erotokritou this week delivered the last batch of thousands of protective face masks purchased with donations made by Chinese citizens to assist Greece in its battle against Covid-19, they told Xinhua on Wednesday.
Although the number of arrivals of undocumented migrants on the Aegean islands from Turkey is down significantly – some 50 percent from last year – the influx of migrants to the mainland and city squares is a new headache for the authorities.
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