The mantra of “Easter in the village” seems unlikely to become a reality for Greeks next month, as comments from government and church officials suggest that travel between regions will not be allowed in time for Holy Week next week.
Greece posted a current account (C/A) deficit of 840.3 million euros in February compared to 435.7 million euros in January, Bank of Greece (BoG) data showed on Tuesday.
Greece’s industrial turnover fell 2.4 percent from a year earlier in February, compared with a revised drop of 12.3 percent in January.
Covid-19 exposed systemic problems in the health system of Kosovo and other institutional branches. While the high number of positive cases and deaths made the headlines, the government declarations that they have secured hundreds of thousands dozes of vaccines were full of hope, if it were to be true.
The behaviour of the Greek police has come under scrutiny, again, following a number of incidents over which officers have been accused of using unnecessary and excessive force.
Another week begins with doubt about the next steps the government will take in terms of its Covid-19 policy, amid growing attacks from the opposition regarding the way New Democracy has conducted itself with respect to the pandemic.
Greece’s central government recorded a primary cash balance deficit of 3.91 billion euros in the first three months of the year, according to figures released by the Bank of Greece.
Greece has been singled out for its poor performance in the global rankings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2021 Global Gender Gap Report.
Since March 2020, more than 7,500 citizens have died in Bosnia and Herzegovina from the coronavirus. Currently, about 35,000 people are infected. According to Johns Hopkins data, B&H ranks first in the region and eighth in the world in terms of coronavirus mortality.