Monday , June 24 2024
Home / Tag Archives: dismissed

Tag Archives: dismissed

German officers who took down the Greek flag dismissed from the Army

The two German army officers who raised the German flag on Crete paid a heavy price for their provocative action. They were dismissed from the German army in speedy procedures, in less than a week after the unprecedented incident. last Sunday, April 14, the two -23-year-old German army officers took …

Read More »

France dismisses Greek claim on “two FREMM frigates leasing deal”

The two French frigates FREMM will not come to Greece. French media reported on Tuesday morning that the French Defense Minister had dismissed Greek reports of last week that the French Navy would lease two FREMM frigates to Greece. According to what Greek Alternate Defense Minister, Fotis Kouvelis, said last …

Read More »

Diplomatic sources dismiss FT report ‘Greece had blocked sanctions against Venezuela’

Greek diplomatic sources categorically denied for a second time on Friday a Financial Times report which claimed that Greece had blocked calls for sanctions against Venezuela after diplomatic talks in Brussels. According to the sources, the report contains “false information that creates false impressions and distorts the truth”, adding that …

Read More »

Greek Court rejects second Turkish request for extradition of 8 soldiers

A Greek court has rejected a new Turkish extradition bid for three of eight Turkish servicemen who fled to Greece by helicopter after last year’s failed military coup in Turkey. Greece’s supreme court has already ruled that none of the eight men should be extradited as they wouldn’t get a …

Read More »

Greek Parliament Speaker fires 7 employees hired on fake or forged education documents

Seven employees at the Greek Parliament have been dismissed after it was found out that they were hired with fake or forged school degrees. Among them is a “scientific adviser” to former Prime Minister Costa Simitis, two permanent employees and four members of the Special Guard of the parliament. In …

Read More »

Greek Olympic Games winners to lose jobs at public sector

You had won an Olympic medal? You had honored your country with exceptional athletic performance and your country had honored you with a job in the public sector? these times are gone. No, you are no different and no better than the other civil servants. In the country of loan …

Read More »

Greece denies Samaras said coalition could fall without aid tranche decision

Greece’s government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou dismissed rumors published by international media on Monday afternoon, that Prime Minister Antonis Samaras made a dramatic appeal to Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker that the coalition government could collapse without a decision on the bailout tranche today. The appeal was allegedly done during a telephone conversation between …

Read More »