The three-day tour of West Africa completed by Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Friday was deemed to have been crowned a success as countries such as Ivory Coast, Gabon and Ghana share a common understanding with Greece of what the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) stipulates.

06.12.2022 / 20:32

Stressing the important role played by Greece and Cyprus, which are also members of a strategic alliance in the region, the vice president of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security (JISS), Eran Lerman, has urged Israel to repudiate the latest Turkish-Libyan memorandum. 

02.12.2022 / 09:57

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will examine the possibility of signing an agreement that will refer the delimitation of the exclusive economic zones of Greece and Albania to the International Court of Justice in The Hague during a meeting in Athens with his counterpart Olta Xhacka.

08.06.2022 / 02:37

As Greece inches closer to summer, its inhabitants are once again confronted by the third, oft-forgotten, certainty along with death and taxes, seasonal wildfires.

09.04.2022 / 14:29

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Saturday rejected the idea that the EastMed pipeline is dead at the Delphi Economic Forum, replying to a statement to that effect by Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs of the United States Victoria Nuland during her visit to Athens earlier this week.

08.04.2022 / 12:39

The future of democracy, particularly in a post-Ukraine-war world, was the main subject of a conversation between former prime minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair and Executive Editor of Kathimerini Alexis Papahelas at the Delphi Economic Forum on Friday.

07.04.2022 / 16:50

The future of European security following the Russian invasion of Ukraine was the main focus of a conversation between former socialist PASOK minister Evangelos Venizelos and Tom Ellis, Editor in Chief of Kathimerini English Edition, held as part of the Delphi Economic Forum on Wednesday. 

24.10.2021 / 11:03

Inspired by the work of W. Eugene Smith’s work, artist Andrew Levitas presents a multifaceted project to tell the story of Minamata, a Japanese village suffering from the effects of widespread mercury poisoning caused by industrial pollution.