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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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Greece-Egypt-Cyprus Tripartite Summit declaration

A third Trilateral Summit between Greece, Egypt and Cyprus in Athens on Wednesday effectively solidified the foundations of the cooperation between the neighboring countries in the years to come. “Our 3rd Trilateral Summit underlines our well-established and continuous tripartite partnership aiming at promoting peace, stability, security and prosperity in the …

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Greece Picks Norwegian PGS for Offshore Oil, Gas Research

Greece selected Norway’s Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) to carry out offshore seismic tests in the country’s south and west, the government said on Wednesday, paving the way for the launch of an oil and gas drilling bidding round in 2014. Oslo-based PGS will send a ship to the Ionian Sea and off …

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Papandreou-Clinton: Talking About… Office Decoration! (video)

That was an aspect I admit I didn’t take into consideration when I was writing about Hillary Clinton’s visit in Athens and the agenda of the talks. Greece’s prime Minister George Papandreou and  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talked about …decoration! Precicely the talked about the office decoration of Greece’s PM. …

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What in Hillary Clinton Doing in Greece?

Blocking traffic on the main streets? Swimming at Glyfada’s VIP resort? Keeping busy policemen and journalists over a hot weekend? Talking about economy? Crying together with the Greeks about the miserable debt situation of the two countries? She does all these and much more. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton …

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Kastellorizo: What’s in the mind of Turkish FM Davutoglu?

That Ankara keeps an eye on the islet of Kastellorizo is not new. But Turkey’s insistence that the tiny island  should be left out of the bilateral exploratory talks is something I don’t like at all. Should we see it as an Ankara’s attempt to create a new ‘grey zone’? Not similarly to …

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