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Renee Maltezou

Greece, Turkey hold talks on maritime dispute in Athens

Mar 16 2021

ATHENS Greece and Turkey held more exploratory talks in Athens on Tuesday, agreeing to talk again after more than 60 rounds as they seek common ground on a long-standing maritime boundaries dispute before a European Union summit this month.

Pandemic, EU billions drive Greece's digital revolution

Feb 25 2021

ATHENS Before COVID-19, visits to Greece's paper-strewn labour offices were a ordeal of queues and case files, often for basic matters that in less than a year have moved online as the pandemic upended old administrative routines.

Greece scrambles to respond to fast-growing '#Me-Too' movement

Feb 19 2021

ATHENS When Sofia Bekatorou, a Greek sailing gold medallist in the 2004 Olympics, opened up last month about being sexually assaulted by a sports official as a 21-year-old, it came as a breakthrough in a country where confronting such abuse has been rare.

UPDATE 1-'We'll do much better': Greek PM sees tourism rebound in summer

Feb 04 2021

ATHENS, Feb 4 Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has forecast a strong rebound in tourism this summer, saying speedy vaccination drives in key markets including Britain and Israel will pave the way for tourists to return despite the current industry gloom.

Turkey and Greece resume talks on maritime disputes after five years

Jan 25 2021

ANKARA/ATHENS Turkey and Greece resumed talks aimed at addressing long-standing maritime disputes on Monday, ending a five-year hiatus after months of tension in the eastern Mediterranean.

REFILE-UPDATE 1-France to put in frigate offers as Greece beefs up military

Jan 25 2021

ATHENS, Jan 25 France will put in proposals to supply new frigates to Greece, which is building up its armed forces during a period of tension with its neighbour and NATO partner Turkey, the French defence minister said on Monday.

Turkey and Greece resume talks on maritime disputes after five years

Jan 25 2021

ANKARA/ATHENS Turkey and Greece resumed talks aimed at addressing long-standing maritime disputes on Monday, ending a five-year hiatus after months of tensions in the eastern Mediterranean.

Greece optimistic about talks with Turkey but won't discuss sovereignty

Jan 20 2021

ATHENS Greece will approach talks with Turkey next week over their disputed territorial claims in a hopeful spirit but will not discuss issues it considers as sovereign rights, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Wednesday.

Turkey, Greece to resume suspended talks over disputed waters on Jan. 25

Jan 11 2021

ANKARA/ATHENS Turkey and Greece will resume long-suspended exploratory talks over territorial claims in the Mediterranean Sea that brought them close to conflict last year, on Jan. 25 in Istanbul, the NATO members said on Monday.

Greek PM keeps key ministers, seeks fresher image in cabinet makeover

Jan 04 2021

ATHENS Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reshuffled his cabinet on Monday in an attempt to give a boost to his conservative government, but left key ministers in place to signal policy continuity for the economy and foreign affairs.

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