"We Greeks know that whatever important we created, we achieved it united. We know the cost of division; we know that it even costs us parts of our national body. We are not prepared, I assure you, to repeat the mistakes of the past," said President Prokopis Pavlopoulos from Kephalonia on Friday.
The addictions of Greeks are changing, according to figures published by Kethea, therapy center for dependent individuals, on Monday.
A new European initiative, DiscoverEU, will offer 15,000 European 18-year-olds, including 315 Greeks, tickets to travel to four European countries of their choice this summer.
Most Greeks trust charities and nonprofits more than they do the government or political parties, yet do not know much about what they actually do, a survey carried out for DiaNEOsis research center showed on Monday.
More than nine in ten Greeks recycle part of household waste, according to survey results released Wednesday, with nearly all respondents supporting that recycling is an important priority for them.
The vast majority of Greeks do not agree with the government on the Skopje issue, main opposition New Democracy (ND) spokesman Vassilis Kikilias said on Thursday.
Greeks should be optimistic about their future but avoid arrogance, President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said on Saturday, during an official dinner in Pyrgos, where he as declared an honorary citizen.