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Turkey sends 50,000 more COVID vaccine doses to Northern Cyprus

Turkey sent 50,000 additional doses of a coronavirus vaccine to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) on June 21. 

A Health Ministry plane carrying the doses landed at Ercan International Airport in Lefkosa, where officials from the TRNC's Health Ministry received the shipment.

With the latest delivery, Turkey has provided the TRNC with 290,000 vaccine doses to date.

Turkey, EU discuss ties ahead of pivotal summit

Turkey has called on the European Union to take concrete steps on the modernization of the customs union and migrant deal ahead of the bloc's pivotal summit later this week where ties with Ankara will be discussed.

Strong earthquake hits Greece; there are no reports yet

According to the statement, the epicenter of the earthquake was in the Aegean Sea at a depth of 2 km, Reuters reports.
So far, there are no reports of possible victims or material damage.

Telegraph: The 15 best islands of Greece

The British newspaper Telegraph published an article proposing 15 Greek islands for all tastes!

The newspaper notes that Greece is the absolute destination for this year and is moving forward with its proposals!

For the best beaches, always according to the article in the British newspaper, visit Zakynthos.

New hotel agreement in Athens

Four hotels belonging to the family of George Tsakiris, former president of the hotel chamber of Greece, joined the umbrella of the Brown hotels Hotel chain.

ADMIE: After-tax profits of 8.2mln€ in Q1 2021

Greece's independent power transmission operator (ADMIE) reported revenues of 67.8 million euros in the first quarter of 2021, with after-tax profits of 8.2 million euros, with investments up by roughly 60 percent yoy.

PM Mitsotakis tours TeamViewer R&D unit in Ioannina

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis took his "pro-vax" message on this road to the provinces on Friday, arriving in the northwest lake-side city of Ioannina, where he visited a new vaccination center in the city - largest in the Epirus province - but also a R&D hub opened by international software maker TeamViewer.

Dior channels ancient Greece for Cruise collection

French fashion house Dior will unveil its 2022 Cruise collection on Thursday, the first large show with spectators since the start of the Covid pandemic, at the site of the first modern Olympic Games in Athens.    

Cruise collections fall between usual spring/summer and autumn/winter collections - and French houses often visit other countries for the launch.     

Luring Greek tourists could help save the tourism sector

By Petros Makris

The shift of the Greek tourism sector toward luring Greek tourists could really solve to an incredible degree the plunge of many hotels, other quarters, restaurants, and even entertainment, after the mass cancelations or restrictions on air travel, due to the pandemic, for the caravans of foreign tourists.