Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Kourkoulas will meet his Russian counterpart, Alexey Meshkov (pictured), at 2.30 p.m. at the Foreign Ministry.
The International Labor Organization holds a press conference at 11 a.m. to present its recent study on “Greece: Productive Jobs.” At Aegli in Zappeio, central Athens. (Info: www.ilo.org)
Listed companies Jumbo and TERNA Energy announce their July-September financial figures.
Listed companies ELVAL and ETEM to hold extraordinary general meetings.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels organizes an international forum on “Sharing Economy in the Greek Hospitality and Tourism Sector,” at the Hellenic Cosmos cultural center, 254 Pireos, Tavros, Athens. Starts at 12 p.m. Tourism Minister Olga Kefaloyianni will attend. (Info: www.grhotels.gr)
The Laboratory for International Relations and European Integration continues its “Meet the Ambassador” series with a lecture by Japanese Ambassador to Greece and Cyprus Masuo Nishibayashi. The lecture, “Japan in the 21st century: Economy and Politics,” will take place at the University of Macedonia conference hall in Thessaloniki at 8 p.m. The event is open to the public. (Info: www.diethneis-sxeseis.gr)
Listed firms Piraeus Bank, Fourlis, Aegean Airlines and OPAP to issue third-quarter financial results.
Piraeus Port Authority holds a general meeting of shareholders.
Journalists to stage a 24-hour strike. There will be no news broadcasts or newspapers the following day.
The European Investment Bank holds a ceremony for the signing of the first funding agreement for Greece of the “InnovFin – EU Finance for Innovators” program. At the Hilton Hotel in Athens at 11.30 a.m., with the participation of Development Minister Costas Skrekas.
The Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in cooperation with the National System for Accreditation, hosts an event on “New Chamber Activities: Licensing/Accreditation of Professional Skills.” At 2 p.m. at 7 Academias, Athens. (Info: www.acci.gr)
Listed companies Mytilineos, METKA and Haidemenos will issue their financial results for the third quarter.
The International Independent Arts Council in collaboration with the Arts Council of Greece, for the fifth consecutive year organizes a one-day meeting-conference titled: “Firth Annual Conference on Cultural Economy and Growth.” The event will take place in the auditorium of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, 20-22 Bouboulinas, Athens. Admission is free. (Info: 213.132.2100, www.artscouncilgreece.org)
The General Confederation of Greek Labor (GSEE) and the Civil Servants Union (ADEDY) have called a 24-hour general strike.
The Hellenic Management Association hosts an event titled “Mentoring in Human Capital,” at 200 Ionias, Athens, at 5 p.m. (Info: www.eede.gr)
Listed Public Power Corporation, Space Hellas, Byte Computers, Aloumil, Sato, MIG Real Estate and Kleeman Hellas will publish their third-quarter results.
Listed firm Inform P. Lycos holds an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders.
The Hellenic Management Association organizes the 12th “Aristotelis” Business Administration Conference, titled “Rebuilding Success: The management of growth and success in the enterprises of the new era.” Piraeus Bank head Michalis Sallas will be the keynote speaker. At the Thessaloniki Concert Hall at 9 a.m. (Info: www.eede.gr)
The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) will publish its September figures on retail commerce turnover and on road accidents, as well as the October data on industrial producer prices.
Listed companies Athens Water & Sewerage Company (EYDAP), Thessaloniki Water (EYATH) Pasal, Newsphone Hellas, Euroconsultants, Varvaressos, Bitros Holdings, Hellenic Sugar Industry, Marac Electronics, Alpha Grisin, Sidma, Naftemporiki, Lanacam, VIS, Nirefs, Selonda Aquacultures, Cyclon Hellas, Elviemek, Elton, AEGEK, Intertech, Athens Medical, Lampsa, Vogiatzoglou Systems, Viokarpet, Galaxidi Fish Farming, Pairis and KREKA will issue their third-quarter results.
Listed firm Entersoft holds an extraordinary general meeting.