The Holy Synod, the Church of Greece's administrative body, called for continued dialogue with the state but took a strong stand against any changes in the payroll of priests and lay staff proposed by the state, it said on Wednesday.
The hierarchy of the Church of Greece is to convene an emergency meeting on Thursday to reach a decision regarding the government’s proposal for the separation of Church and state after the first round of talks between a special committee…
In an unexpected move, the Kremlin endorsed on Wednesday the reimbursement of €38 million to Cuba for modernising its military arsenal.
The finance ministry is examining a plan to increase the maximum number of monthly installments available for the payment of debts to the state under the standard debt settlement scheme, which currently stand at 12 months.
Greek taxpayers’ arrears to the state rose to 103.092 billion euros in September, from 102.644 billion in August, the Independent Authority for Public Revenues said in a report released on Thursday.
Main opposition New Democracy welcomed what it said was a delayed adoption by Syriza of its own stance on Church-State relations revealed at a joint press conference by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and…
Taxpayers’ arrears to the state grew by 849 million euros in August compared with July, while the number of debtors fell by 128,661 in the month, official figures showed on Friday.
Private sector arrears to the state eased slightly to 101.359 billion euros (old and new ones) in June from 101.482 billion in May, official data showed on Tuesday.
Turkey must decide if it wants a normal, modern state in Cyprus or the north to be a satellite state, presidential commissioner Fotis Fotiou said on Sunday repeating the Greek Cypriot side’s willingness to return to negotiations at the…
The state achieved significant savings after introducing a national system of e-procurement in 2017, the Greek Economy Minister said on Wednesday.