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As easing of lockdown begins, government looks to salvage economy

The first stage of relaxing the lockdown imposed in March was launched on Monday, with the government hoping that Covid-19 will not flare up again and that Greece will be in a position to resume normal economic activity in the coming weeks, including welcoming at least some tourists during the summer.

Photo by MacroPolis Parliament re-opens for business amid calls for greater scrutiny

Greek parliamentarians are preparing to return to business this week, with a number of non-pandemic items on the agenda. The return to political normality looks set to rekindle confrontations on several fronts which have been temporarily suppressed in the interest of the national emergency.

Photo via https://flic.kr/p/2iH1sVj Renewed concern over East Med as Turkey aims to resume drilling

Ankara’s intention to begin again drilling works in the Eastern Mediterranean as well as its continuing aggressive tactics in the Aegean will be brought up for discussion during Wednesday’s EU Council of Foreign Affairs by Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias.

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