Controversy over media campaign rumbles on as further details emerge
PM wants no strings attached to EU funds as ND juggles with public finances
PM sees 'new Greece' rising from Hellinikon rubble, pledges more aid for struggling firms
Criticism of Athens "Great Walk" prompts debate on public spaces
More flights land at airports, but tourism expectations remain grounded
Bill to regulate demonstrations stirs opposition reaction
Govt pushes tourism message, digests EU stimulus proposal
The Greek government, which stands to gain up to 32 billion euros in grants and loans from the Recovery Fund proposed by the European Commission, continues to keep the re-opening of the tourism sector at the top of the its agenda.
Ahead of the announcements from Brussels, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis held an interview with Bild newspaper to highlight Greece’s readiness to welcome visitors this summer. He also held on Wednesday a conference call with the leaders of seven oth...
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