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Mitsotakis: “Unfortunate incident that won’t affect Greece-UK relations” (POLL)

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday described the abrupt cancellation of his planned meeting with UK counterpart Rishi Sunak in London as an “unfortunate incident.” Despite this, he expressed confidence that it would not have any impact on bilateral ties. “This unfortunate incident… will not affect Greek-British relations. It had …

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Poll: PASOK ahead of main opposition SYRIZA

A survey conducted by Opinion Poll on behalf of Action 24 TV showed that center-left PASOK would come second if elections were held today, overtaking main opposition SYRIZA. In the category of voting intention, ruling New Democracy got 31.1%, ahead of PASOK on 12.9%, with leftist SYRIZA in third place …

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Mitsotakis to meet Erdogan in Athens on Dec 7

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Athens than in Thessaloniki, as originally planned, on December 7, it was announced on Tuesday. According to the Foreign Ministry, changing the location of the meeting, which will be held in the context of the …

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Greek MOD on national sovereignty and the Lausanne Treaty

“Matters of national sovereignty cannot be the subject of a dialogue with any country,” National Defence Minister Nikos Dendias stressed on Monday, addressing a seminar on “The Lausanne Treaty: 100 years after its signing” held at the Officers’ Mess of the Armed Forces. “Any discussion between Greece and Turkiye and …

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Former Ministers signal departure from SYRIZA

Former SYRIZA minister Giorgos Stathakis has signaled his departure from the main opposition party, leveling accusations against the new party leader Stefanos Kasselakis and his close circle of advisors for their “anti-leftist hysteria.” In an op-ed published on the News24/7 website on Wednesday, titled “Bidding farewell to a SYRIZA that …

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