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Greek-Bulgarian agreement connects Danube River with the Aegean Sea

Greece and Bulgaria signed a memorandum of cooperation to build rail connections between ports in Bulgaria and northern Greece. The agreement refers to the interconnection of the Greek ports of Alexandroupolis, KAvala and Thessaloniki with the Bulgarian ports of Varna and Burgas at the Black Sea as wells as with …

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Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Israel sign East Med Gas Pipeline project

Energy ministers from Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Israel signed an agreement on natural gas pipeline in Tel Aviv on Monday. The proposed 2,000 kilometer subsea pipeline would connect gas fields offshore of Israel and Cyprus with Greece and possibly Italy. Aiming to transform the Eastern Mediterranean into a regional energy …

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EU Commission is looking for staff level agreement on review by April 7

The aim is to reach a staff level agreement by the Eurogroup on April 7, European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said on Monday, as Greece and lenders continue negotiations in order to conclude the second review of the current Greek program. The spokesman said that the negotiations between Greece and …

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Battle won: End of roaming charges when traveling within the EU

Long awaited …To be implemented soon. Groundbreaking decision on roaming charges within the European Union! EU negotiators agreed on wholesale prices, the final piece to make it happen. With the new agreement, when traveling in the European Union consumers will be able to call, send SMS or surf on their …

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Natural Gas: Turkey, Russian sign Turkish Stream agreement

Turkey and Russia signed an intergovernmental agreement for the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline project in Istanbul on Monday. Energy Minister Berat Albayrak and his Russian counterpart Alexander Novak signed the agreement following a meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, which continued for 140 minutes …

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Greece & Institutions agreed on which prior actions would not be implemented

Greece’s economic team and institutional creditors are a step closer to the release of the 3. bailout tranche of 7.5 billion euro. In an extraordinary teleconference that ended in the early morning hours of Wednesday, the two sides reportedly agreed on  several ‘open’ prior actions that Athens had said it …

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Dijsselbloem, EZ officials hint: No Greek Deal will be reached May 24

I don’t know the original source of this statement but Greek media report about it. Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem is said to have said that he “can’t say with certainty that Greek Deal is reached on May 24th.” Another high-ranking source of the Eurozone has reportedly said that “we haven’t …

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Greece, Israel & Cyprus sign “historical” Cooperation Agreement on Energy

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Cypriot President Nikos Anastasiades came together to Nicosia and signed a joint cooperation declaration that has been hailed by the three leaders as “historical”.  The three leaders pledged closer cooperation in seven fields: energy, tourism, research and technology, environment, …

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Breakdown in talks, as Greece walks out in Brussels. Now what?

The Greek delegation walked out the negotiations with creditors representatives in Brussels on Sunday afternoon. During the meeting that lasted 46 minutes, the Greek side submitted revised proposals but they were considered as “insufficient” by the creditors. A difference gap of 2.6 billion euro remain between the two sides. According …

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Greece sends additional Reforms Proposals to Brussels

The Greek government sent additional reforms proposals to creditors in Brussels this morning. A source from EU told AFP that the creditors are “now in the process of studying… counterproposals’ submitted today. No details about the content of the 3-page draft have been made known. It seems that the Greek …

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