The Prime Minister's office on Friday accused main opposition New Democracy (ND) and its leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis of hypocrisy in their stance on the Prespes Agreement, and compared their criticism of the deal to that of the nationalist VMRO party in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
The Public Power Corporation (PPC) signed an agreement on Friday for a loan worth 155 million euros with the European Investment Bank (EIB), to update and improve the power distribution networks in Greece.
New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis arrived in Crete for a two-day visit, it was announced on Friday. Mitsotakis is due to address a prefecture committee in Heraklion on Friday evening.
Greece’s National Archaeological Museum (NAM) welcomed more than 590,000 visitors last year, recording a rise of 8.9 percent from 2017 and 29 percent in the past three years, the director of the respected institution, Dr Maria Lagogianni,…
Greece plans to return to bond markets with a five-year syndicated issue once a parliamentary vote on a long-running dispute with neighboring Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is out of the way, two sources told Reuters on Friday.
Twenty one years after his escape from a Greek prison where he was serving a sentence for drug trafficking, notorious dealer Ognyan Atanasov was sent on Friday back to pre-trial detention in Thessaloniki to face new charges for crimes…
A 15-year-old school student died on Friday afternoon after being hit by a car on a section of the old national highway near the town of Kalamata, in the southern Peloponnese.
Former Greek Prime Minister and President of Socialist International George Papandreou said he still welcomes the Prespes Agreement in an interview that will be published on Saturday.
Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas said he would need to be at the peak of his mental strength against six-times Australian Open champion Roger Federer after his hopes of avoiding the "legend" of the sport in the fourth round were dashed.
UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, said on Thursday that the UN peacekeeping mission in Cyprus is the first to have three women in charge of its military, police and civilian staff.