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Frontex expects fresh wave of migrants at Greece’s Evros border

European Union border agency Frontex expects a fresh wave of migrants seeking to cross Evros, the land border between Turkey and Greece, German daily Die Welt reports on Friday. The daily cites an internal agency report by the Frontex Situation Center, dated May 5,according to which the wave is expected …

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Samaras to meet Merkel in Berlin, Jan 8/2013

The German government said Friday that Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in Berlin next week.  Merkel spokesman Steffen Seibert said Merkel will welcome Samaras to the chancellery on Tuesday morning at 11:30 on January 8th 2013.  Seiber added that Merkel and Samaras will have an informal …

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Juncker Supports Idea of EU Commissioner for Greece!

I wouldn’t have thought that Eurogroup chef Jean-Claude Juncker would keep me busy with a second post today. However as he supports the idea of putting a European commissioner in charge of developing Greece’s economic structure, he deserves a few more sentences in my blog. Speaking to Die Welt German daily …

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Barroso Implies & Warns Greece with Euro-Exit

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso warned Greece that the debt-ridden country had to meet its commitments towards its Euro-zone partners, otherwise it might have to leave the EZ  as he implied. In an interview to German conservative daily «Die Welt»  Barroso stressed among others that the kind of aid to Greece …

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EU Task Force Reichernbach: Greece Hasn’t Reached The Bottom

Greeks should stop complaining and get ready for the worst.  That’s more or less the message sent by Horst Reichenbach, the chief of EU Task Force in Athens. Head of a team of 30 troop-members with the target to reform the debt-ridden state.  In an interview to German daily DIE WELT, Reichenbach …

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