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UN official says world body committed to Cyprus peace deal
Fustanellas and veladas
They take to the streets: The whole country will be blocked
The Athens subway and tram will only operate from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., while buses will run from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
There will be no suburban train services, and air traffic controllers and seafarers will participate in the strike, reports Kattimerini. The Athens Journalists' Union (ESIEA) announced that journalists will commence striking earlier today.
Albania’s ‘Wild River’ Vjosa Declared a National Park
Albania's Tourism and Environment Minister Mirela Kumbaro announced on Monday that the River Vjosa, its banks and the land around it are now a national park with a size of 12,727 hectares.
"We have today the final decision to declare the River Vjosa, the last wild river in Europe, a national park," Kumbaro said.
PM says tension with Turkey easing
Greece will continue joint efforts for Cyprus peace deal, PM tells Christodoulides
SIPRI: Turkey Arms Exports Grew by 69 per cent in 2018-2022
New Cyprus president to meet Mitsotakis, Sakellaropoulou on Monday
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will meet with new Cyprus President Nikos Christodoulides at Maximos Mansion in Athens on Monday at 12 p.m.
It is the Mediterranean island's first official trip as president since his election on February 12.
The two leaders will hold a joint press conference after the meeting.
Five migrants die as boat sinks in the Aegean, Turkish coastguard says
Pondering the new electoral landscape
ND: Mood in society not the same as in 2012
Greek bonds unaffected by extension of pre-election period
Political developments after the railway tragedy have certainly moved onto investors' radar, however, they are not seen as a risk on the bond market, as yields have stayed put.
Moving the elections to May instead of early April, with the second polls expected in the summer, increases the time of the pre-election period.