Hollande to meet PM Mitsotakis in Athens
POLITICS

Former French president Francois Hollande is set to meet Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Athens on Friday. The meeting is scheduled to take place at Maximos Mansion at 4.30 p.m.


Ukraine renews military aid request
FOREIGN POLICY

Amid a new Russian offensive on various fronts in Ukraine, Athens is examining a list of old and newer requests from Kyiv for military aid from the reserves of the Hellenic Armed Forces. 



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Dendias says Turkey poses existential threat
FOREIGN POLICY

Defense Minister Nikos Dendias described Turkey’s long-term attitude toward Greece as an existential threat during his address in Parliament on Wednesday which ratified his ministry’s defense innovation bill.

Party leaders are taking center stage
POLITICS

As the country enters the final stretch before the European elections on June 9, the constantly sharpening confrontation between ruling New Democracy and main opposition parties SYRIZA and PASOK is shifting to the level of political leaders.


US receives North Macedonia commitment to EU path and NATO
FOREIGN POLICY

The United States has received assurances from VMRO-DPNE, the nationalist party that won the recent election in North Macedonia, affirming its commitment to the country’s European trajectory, according to the US envoy to the Western Balkans.


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New routes planned for halted Gaza aid from US-built pier
FOREIGN POLICY

The United Nations has planned new routes within the Gaza Strip to transport aid from a US-built floating pier after crowds of desperate Palstinians intercepted 11 trucks, causing a halt to deliveries that continued for a third day on Tuesday.

PASOK chief accuses Kasselakis of being puppet in bid to undermine opposition
POLITICS

Nikos Androulakis, whose socialist PASOK party is currently polling in third place ahead of next month’s European Parliament elections, sought to deconstruct leftist SYRIZA opposition leader Stefanos Kasselakis on Wednesday, portraying him as a puppet manipulated by government-controlled media in an effort to weaken the opposition.


Parties targeting crucial undecided vote
POLITICS

Deploying different strategies in the run-up to the June 9 European Parliament elections, political party staff are seeking to tap into the so-called “gray zone” of voters recorded by a recent poll conducted by the Pulse company.

Greek PM rules out ‘full-package solution’ with Turkey
FOREIGN POLICY

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated on Wednesday that Greece rejects the idea of negotiating an all-encompassing settlement with Turkey, clarifying that Athens only acknowledges a single dispute with Ankara: the delimitation of maritime zones.

Greek PM warns ‘isolated’ Skopje over compliance with name deal
FOREIGN POLICY

The Greek government will not seek ratification of the three cooperation memorandums signed with North Macedonia, concerning issues such as its EU accession process, until Skopje fully complies with the Prespa Agreement signed in 2018, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated on Wednesday.