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“Εnhanced surveillance for Greece to end in August,” says EU Commission

The European Commission gave the green light for the disbursement of 748 million euros to Greece from the Eurogroup, based on the 14th report of post-memorandum enhanced surveillance that was released on Tuesday. In the report, the Commission noted that Greece has taken the necessary steps to reach the agreed …

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Electronic surveillance network to safeguard Greece’s borders at Evros

An electronic surveillance network will safeguard Greece’s borders to Turkey at the region of Evros. Equipped with radars and cameras, the network installation is underway and will include eleven pillars along the Evros river in Greece’s North-East. The 11 pillars are along the river and the cameras have a range …

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Greece to set up nationwide surveillance network for COVID-19 mutations

Greece’s Health Ministry will set up a nationwide surveillance and alert network for Covid-19 mutations, Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias announced on Friday, following an emergency meeting with top epidemiologists and the President of the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Athens’ Academy (IIBEAA). Responding to scientists’ concerned over the mutated strains …

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“IMF has no longer financial arrangement or program with Greece,” says Rice

The International Monetary “Fund has no longer a financial arrangement or program with Greece, so clearly the main interaction now is between EU partners and Athens,” the Fund’s spokesperson Jerry Rice said on Thursday. He added that the IMF continues to participate by providing assistance with surveillance. “In general, this …

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Greece’s Defense Ministry receives EU funding for surveillance equipment

The Greek Ministry of Defence has announced two programmes for the acquisition of surveillance equipment, to be co-funded by the European Union (EU). The first programme, managed by the Hellenic Navy, concerns the acquisition of up to six electro-optical sensor systems for the service’s eight Sikorsky S-70B-6 Aegean Hawk helicopters, …

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EU Commission adopts decision to activate enhanced surveillance for Greece in post-bailout

The European Commission has adopted the decision to activate the enhanced surveillance framework for Greece to support the implementation of agreed reforms following the successful conclusion of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) stability support program as of 20. August 2018. In a statement released on Wednesday, the Commission praised first …

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Moscovici says “No more bailout agreement for Greece,” just post-program monitoring

“No more memoranda for Greece,” European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, Pierre Moscovici said in an interview with the European Progressive Forum. “Greece will become, in economic terms, a normal European country once again.” Moscovisi stressed adding however, that “Greece’s economic policies will be monitored through the …

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German Frigates in Crete to assist Libya surveillance

Three German frigates sailed today at the port of Heraklion on the Greek island of Crete, local news portal Cretalivereported. The frigates came from the port of Alexandria in Egypt and carry 670 Marines. They are expected to stay in Crete for at least one week. The ships are on standby and …

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