Talks between Greece and FYROM on the name issue "have intensified considerably" and will continue when Foreign Ministers Nikos Kotzias and Nikola Dimitrov are in Brussels, UN Special Envoy for the name issue Matthew Nimetz said on Friday.
Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis said Friday that educational and cultural programs offered at the country's prisons will be strengthened, during a visit to a detention center in Chania, Crete.
Five Greek startups attended The Next Web (TNW) international technology conference in Amsterdam on Thursday and Friday through the Incubator of Startups (ThEA), an initiative of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the Region…
The June contract on the FTSE/ASE Large Cap index was trading at a discount of 0.39 pct in the Athens Derivatives Exchange on Friday.
Private sector arrears to social insurance funds grew by 584,570,643 euros in the first quarter of 2018, of which 235,672,484 were basic debt and 348,898,159 euros were extra charges, KEAO, the national collection center of social insurance…
The facilities run by the Armed Forces on the islands of Kos, Lesvos and Samos accommodate an excessively high number of refugees/migrants.
Sellers kept the upper hand in the Greek bond market, pushing prices lower and yields higher on Friday. The yield spread between the 10-year Greek and German benchmark bonds widened to 3.93 pct in the domestic electronic secondary bond…
Greek stocks remained under heavy selling pressure for one more session in the Athens Stock Exchange on Friday, pushing the general index closer to the 750-point support level. Selling activity focused on bank shares.
The Athens suburban railway line (proastiakos) will not operate on Wednesday as its employees take part in a general strike called by the country's two largest union groups ADEDY and GSEE.
The second round of talks on the FYROM name issue opened at the UN headquarters in New York on Friday.