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Rhodes seeks to attract tourists also during winter

Rhodes expects to have tourists in the island’s hotels right up to November 15, with relatively high occupancy rates, Rhodes municipal councilor Thanassis Vyrinis told state-run news agency amna on Sunday.  He expressed satisfaction with the tourism season on the island so far, stressing it broke all previous records. Vyrinis …

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Greece extends travel restrictions to international flight passengers

Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority (CA) announced on Friday the extension of aviation directives (notams) and travel restrictions for all flight passengers arriving to Greece from abroad as well as restrictions for non-EU citizens with some exceptions. The notams refer among others, to the 7-day quarantine, PLF form, negative PCR Covid-19 …

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Greece’s Civil Aviation extends travel restrictions until Oct 25

Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has extended a series of travel restrictions “aiming to protect passengers and citizens from the Covid-19 pandemic,” as noted in a press release issued on October 13, 2020. The air directives (notams) regarding travel restrictions from certain countries and Non-EU citizens, negative Covid-19 test, and …

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Turkey extends illegal NAVTEX for Oruc Reis until August 27

Turkey has extended its illegal Navtex for the seismic survey vessel Oruc Reis until August 27, 2020. The extended NAVTEX has been issue from the Navy Station in Antalya that has no authority to issue such NAVigation TEleX instructions, how much more when it “reserves” areas within the continental shelf …

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Greek banks extend suspension of loan payments for businesses & individuals

Greek banks, members of the Hellenic Bank Association, on Tuesday announced the extension of measures to support enterprises and individuals hit directly and indirectly by the pandemic crisis and of a moratorium on debt payments until December 31, 2020. In an announcement, the banks said they remained steadfast on the …

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