Local DJ, producer and musician RSN and his Electric Quartet will appear on stage at Faust bar in downtown Athens on Friday, January 17, where they will be performing numbers from his 2018 album "Strange Eyes" as well as earlier works. RSN's music is influenced by hip-hop, jazz, soul, funk and trip-hop.
Libya's Khalifa Haftar, commander of eastern Libyan forces, is expected in Athens later in the day.
He is expected to hold an informal meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Thursday ahead of their official talks on Friday. Sources said he will also hold talks with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Athens and Riyadh have reportedly agreed on the deployment of Patriot anti-aircraft missiles of the Hellenic Air Force in Saudi Arabia.
Technical details relating to the transportation of the missiles, their deployment, cost and operational responsibility remain to be ironed out for the agreement's conclusion.
Every Friday, Greek vocalist Korina Legaki sings much-loved works from the Greek and international repertoires at the Treno sto Rouf theater at the Rouf railway station in the downtown Athens district of the same name. The venue serves food and drinks in the enchanting setting of an original Orient Express wagon. The performance begins at 9.30 p.m. Admission costs 15 euros.
A pair of Turkish fighter jets entered Athens' flight information region (FIR) on Thursday morning without submitting a flight plan, the Hellenic National Defense General Staff (GEETHA) said.
The two F-16s flew over the islet of Kinaros at 6,000 feet, at 9.37 a.m.
The Turkish aircraft were intercepted by Greek jets in line with international rules of engagement.