News archive of May 2020

Vucic: There's no doubt - without resolving Kosovo issue, Serbia will not join the EU

"I call on the competent state bodies to do their job and the prosecutor's office to tell us whether that politician exists or not," Vucic said about Juric's allegation that there is a pedophile politician in Serbia.
The most important message is to show that there are no protected people in Serbia, and the state authorities will, according to him, do everything to determine that.

3rd day in a row with no new Covid-19 deaths

For the third day in a row, no new coronavirus deaths have been reported in Greece.

Authorities said Sunday that, since Saturday afternoon, only two new cases have been reported, raising the total to 2,917. The number of fatalities remains at 175.

Also, 13 patients are hooked to ventilators, while 106 have left intensive care.


The way out

After about two months of complete confinement, we appear to have suddenly come out of it. Just like that, from one moment to the next. During the past eight weeks Greek citizens have been bombarded with warnings from reputable epidemiologists about the lethal danger lurking outside our doors.

Bulgaria is One of the Most Financially Affected by the Pandemic Countries

Bulgaria is one of the most financially affected countries as a result of the COVID pandemic crisis. This shows a study by the European Parliament. According to the survey, the biggest problems for residents of the Member States are related to loss of income, unemployment and inability to cover their debts.

Luxury homes see interest grow

Greece's luxury holiday home market is evolving into a new hotspot for the planet's ultra-rich. The country has appeared on the radars of individuals on the Forbes lists of the wealthiest people, property professionals say. Even more importantly, this is happening while the pandemic is ongoing and despite its consequences on the global economy.

In ‘war’ and peace

Going against the grain of the Greek state, the present government has demonstrated its ability to bring off tasks that require an enormous amount of organization, without getting caught up in red tape.

The media versus the populists

I get despondent sometimes at how the mainstream media treat US President Donald Trump, feeling the urge to shout that they're making the same mistakes we made in the summer of 2015 with the bogus referendum.

EU cash must boost midterm prospects

Foreign economists say Greece needs to use the cash it will get from the European Commission's Recovery Fund to strengthen the healthcare and education systems, implement investments and growth policies, cut taxes, support entrepreneurship and contain the rebound of unemployment.