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Superfund: Tender for Greece’s 22 small airports to run as a cluster

The exploitation of the country's 22 small regional airports is in the pipeline. After the Kalamata airport process, the stage is set for the concession of 22 smaller airports within the next two months. As things seem, at this point, the country's 22 smaller airports will be awarded in a single package.

The Turkaegean ‘Waterloo’ and the deep sleep of competent authorities

By Vasilis Kanellis

No one can pretend that they did not know, as there were already 'Turkaegean' ads last year.

Apologies, resignations, and even sackings, when necessary, should be par for the course in politics.

After securing gains at NATO summit, Erdogan resumes hostile rhetoric against Greece

Commission VP Schinas reacts strongly to “Turkaegean” trademark

Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas was livid over the decision of the European Intellectual Property Office to register the "turkaegean" trademark, something that in Athens provoked an official inquiry ordered by a furious Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis.

Greece wants to make Cyprus its 13th island: Tatar

The real intention of Greece and the Greek Cypriot administration is to establish their complete rule on the island, Turkish Cypriot President Ersin Tatar has said.

Eurostat: 1 in 2 Greek companies uses social media

More than half (56%) the companies in Greece used social media in 2021 to promote their business activities, which is an increase of 19 percentage points from 2015 (37%), according to Eurostat data, which were published on the occasion of World Social Media Day on June 30. However, Greece remains well below the European average.

Bulgaria: Poor Roads and Lack of Control are the Main Reasons for the Large Number of Accidents

The summer months are the time when traffic on the roads is busier. More people are on the road and cities are filled with tourists. Unfortunately, this is also the time when most accidents occur. For the third consecutive year on June 29 we mark the National Road Safety Day in Bulgaria. The aim is to draw public attention to road safety issues, which are not insignificant.

Heraklion: The new airport at Kastelli set to fly at the end of 2025

The new international airport of Heraklion in Crete will be up and running by the end of 2025. The first of the major projects that will upgrade the infrastructure of the island, corresponding to an investment of about 520 million euros, will replace the existing, overburdened "Nikos Kazantzakis" airport.

Spanish news agency praises first underwater museum in Alonissos

Spanish International News Agency EFE, which is read by millions of Spanish-speakers globally praises Greek tourism and its prospects in a tribute it recently published.

Read also: Tourism: Arnaia, Halkidiki, one of the three most beautiful villages in Greece

Will Erdogan voice challenges to Greek sovereignty at NATO summit?

After Turkey struck a deal with Sweden and Finland, that requires them to change their counter-terrorism laws to suit Ankara and that will thus permit NATO to unanimously issue invitations for them to join the Alliance tomorrow, Athens is focused on whether Erdogan will table his demands for the demilitarisation of Greek Eastern Aegean islands at the ongoing NATO summit.

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