Foreign policy issues have been dominating the domestic political agenda in Greece over the past few days, although the government has tried to shift focus back to internal matters via its law and order agenda.
Greek government officials are due to begin meetings with the institutions’ mission chiefs on Wednesday as part of the fifth enhanced surveillance review, which Athens hopes will pave the way for its three fiscal demands to be met later this year.
Greece’s travel balance fell to a surplus of 87.4 million euros in November according to Bank of Greece (BoG) data released on Tuesday, a decline of 42.9 percent compared to the same time last year.
A new report by the think-tank diaNeosis has shed light on the views of Greece’s migrant population in the first comprehensive study of its kind.
In Greece’s absence, the Berlin Conference ended on Sunday with an agreement among all the participants to respect a much-violated arms embargo, to hold off on military support to the warring parties and push them to reach a full ceasefire.
Greece’s current account (C/A) balance posted a deficit of 1.39 billion euros in November, from a deficit of 673.4 million in October, according to Bank of Greece (BoG) data released on Monday.
The European Council’s analysis of the Greek criminal justice system has found that the current setup inadequate to counter corruption.
Almost a decade ago, in February 2010, the Greek prime minister at the time, George Papandreou, and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu had a chance encounter in a Moscow Restaurant. It triggered a series of events, primarily a rapprochement between Greece and Israeli, that culminated last week in the Greek, Cypriot and Israeli leaders signing an agreement to progress with the EastMed project, a 1,900-kilometer undersea pipeline that could transport Israeli gas to Europe.