Govt mulls tighter controls on movement, seeks to boost health supplies and Covid-19 tests
ND to unveil more economic support as coronavirus restrictions are extended
Mitsotakis urges EU to act after European Council stalemate
PM joins forces with some eurozone partners to lobby for "corona-bond"
PM calls for unity as opposition reacts to decisions on health, labour
Efforts to boost health system continue amid questions about govt strategy
Athens closes border, looks for EU support to ride out migration storm
The Greek government is hoping that it will be able to rely on European support in the coming days after tense weekend on the country’s border with Turkey and on the Aegean islands.
Greek authorities claim they have prevented around 15,000 people from crossing into the country after Ankara said on Thursday night that refugees and economic migrants were free to leave and head into the European Union. Athens immediately stepped up it...
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