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The signing of a preliminary agreement between Libya and Turkey Monday, allowing the latter’s oil rigs and research ships to search for oil and natural gas on Libyan soil and in the country’s EEZ threatens to deepen a crisis in Greek-Turkish relations.


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03.10.2022 / 15:25

More support from the government, the possibility of separate agencies for domestic and external security and more openness to ensure the public is more aware of the work Greece’s National Intelligence Service (EYP) is doing are some of the recommendations being put forward by Jonathan Evans, a former director of Britain’s MI5 Security Service.


01.10.2022 / 08:43

The allegations that the demilitarization of the islands of the east Aegean and the Dodecanese, from Samothraki to Kastellorizo, is a condition for Greece’s sovereignty over them are reiterated by Turkey’s permanent representative to the UN, Feridun Sinirlioglu, in a letter to the United Nations on September 17.


24.09.2022 / 15:50

The goal of expanding relations with states and regions outside of Greece’s usual surroundings (NATO, EU, Balkans, Mediterranean) was among the central objectives of Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias’ contacts this week in New York during the UN General Assembly.


20.09.2022 / 16:36

The barrage of Turkish overflights above uninhabited or even inhabited islets in recent weeks are seen in Athens as a message from Ankara about the abilities of its armed forces.


19.09.2022 / 14:13

The northeastern port of Alexandroupoli is fast becoming a “second Souda” – a reference to the major Greek and NATO naval base on the island of Crete.



15.09.2022 / 09:03

The incendiary rhetoric against Greece unleashed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a bid to rally nationalist sentiment among the electorate in view of the upcoming election does not appear to be paying dividends.


12.09.2022 / 09:32

The government has reportedly opted for a British model to restructure Greece’s National Intelligence Service (EYP) in an optimal and effective way. 


09.09.2022 / 20:09

In what is considered another milestone in the process of strengthening the Hellenic Air Force’s capabilities, the first two fully upgraded F-16 Block 72 Viper jets out of a total of 83 will arrive at the Hellenic Aerospace Industry site in Tanagra on Monday from the Lockheed Martin facility in Fort Worth, Texas.


08.09.2022 / 21:57

Athens is reportedly prepared for any eventuality as the unprecedented rhetorical escalation by Ankara in recent weeks unfolds, spearheaded by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself.


06.09.2022 / 08:02

Amid the continued escalation of Ankara’s incendiary rhetoric in pursuit of its revisionist agenda, Athens is determined not allow this to turn into a daily, passing news item, with Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias proceeding with the immediate and detailed briefing of all of Greece’s partners about the threats against its territorial integrity by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.


02.09.2022 / 10:33

Greek-Egyptian relations remain strategic and deep, according to Foreign Ministry sources on Thursday, referring to the recent visit of the Chief of the Armed Forces General Konstantinos Floros to Cairo. 


12.08.2022 / 11:56

The plan to separate the Hellenic Aerospace Industry (EAB) into two parts and to privatize the manufacturing arm with the addition of a strategic partner (Lockheed Martin) is expected to be completed and delivered to the appropriate authorities at the beginning of September.


11.08.2022 / 20:11

It is reportedly only a matter of a few days before the General Staff of the Hellenic Air Force sends the letter of request to the United States for the upgrade of 38 F-16 Block 50 aircraft.