Set-to in Ankara well received in Athens, where Covid-19 data causes worry
Parties square up for all-out battle over upcoming labour bill
FM heads to Ankara for rare talks as Greece and Turkey court Libya
SYRIZA targets middle class with own plan for post-pandemic economic rebound
ND wrong-foots SYRIZA with call to lift expat vote restrictions
Home testing starts as govt aims to break free from pandemic's grip
New Year reshuffle brings more MPs into cabinet, keeps key ministers in post
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis began 2021 by announcing a new cabinet line-up on Monday, a move which had been widely expected but whose details had been closely guarded until the official announcement.
Despite widespread speculation about radical changes, most key ministers have retained their posts. These include Finance Minister Christos Staikouras, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis, Citizens’ Protection Minister...
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