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Foreign Ministry urges Greeks in Ukraine to contact Embassy in Kiev (contact details)

Greece’s Foreign Ministry urges Greek nationals who are or travel to Ukraine to be in contact with the Greek Embassy in Kiev. In a announcement issued late on Friday, 11. February 2022, the Foreign Ministry in Athens lists contact details such as emergency phone numbers, e-mails and other information. The …

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Greece supports Ukraine’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity

Greece supports Ukraine’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders, said Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias after meeting his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba in Kiev on Monday. Dendias was attending the three-day “Ukraine.30 Forum”, which on its opening day looked into the “Strategic mission of Ukraine: …

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“Greek Language Challenge” to honor the International Day on Feb 9

Democracy, Philosophy, Technology, Harmony, Energy: Greek words that dominate most languages ​​in the world. With these five words a challenge started on internet on the occasion of the Greek Language International Day on February 9. The Greek Language Challenge calls on non-Greek speakers to pronounce these words, create a video …

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“Holy War”: Russia’s Orthodox Church cuts ties with Ecumenical Patriarchate

Russia’s Orthodox Church said it would no longer participate in structures chaired by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, it suspends all services with top priests of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and will no longer commemorate the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I in its services. The decisions taken at a meeting of …

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Russians tried to hack Greek Orthodox clergy incl Ecumenical Patriarch’s top aides

The Russian hackers indicted by the U.S. special prosecutor last month have spent years trying to steal the private correspondence of some of the world’s most senior Orthodox Christian figures, The Associated Press has found, illustrating the high stakes as Kiev and Moscow wrestle over the religious future of Ukraine. …

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Dirty little EU games with Russia and Greece? FM Kotzias in Brussels

Newly appointed Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias is due travel to to Brussels to attend the extraordinary meeting of European Union Foreign Ministers who will discuss sanctions against Russia due to escalation of the Ukraine conflict. The meeting will convene tomorrow Thursday, January 29th,  upon an invitation by EU’s High Representative …

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Minister: Greece to turn into Ukraine, if Greeks downvote PASOK

If Elia will be down-voted, Greece will turn into Ukraine on elections night. This unbelievable claim was reportedly made by deputy interior minister Leonidas Grigorakos, a PASOK member in Greek coalition government. Speaking at an event, Grigorakos made this claim, when he was asked to comment of PASOK leader Venizelos’ …

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