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I am under the impression that sometimes Greeks are terrified at the thought of Greece becoming a boring country. We have this irresistible urge for quarrels and divisions, and embarking on adventures that are reminiscent of the past. Alas, in the past 49 years, Greece has become an almost boring European country.
The establishment by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) of a research center on Crete monopolized Secretary-General Mathias Cormann's visit to Athens last week. The center will analyze demographic and migration policies, issues related to the diaspora, as well as individual challenges related to the labor market and the population.
A recent survey has found that residential assets in Athens, when compared to other capitals, are the most affordable in Europe. Kathimerini's Nikos Roussanoglou joins Thanos Davelis to look at this latest survey and break down what it means for the real estate market in Athens and Greece, for foreign investments into the sector, and for Greece's capital city.
Türkiye has to give importance to the modernization plans to balance the air power in the Aegean in case of Greece's new aircraft projects, retired Turkish Air Force commander General Abidin Ünal has aid, adding that Türkiye should also rely on its domestic infrastructure.
One of the most discussed issues recently is the balance of power in the air force between Türkiye and Greece.
President Katerina Sakellaropoulou noted the delays and shortcomings in the administering of justice on Monday during a meeting at the Presidential Palace with the country's leading judicial officials.
Sakellaropoulou noted the delays that reach even to the point of denial of justice, but also the large number of organic vacancies of judicial officials.
Cyprus tourism outperformed the first two years of the pandemic in 2022, but was off 19.5% from record year 2019.
For the period of January-December 2022, arrivals of tourists totaled 3,201,080, compared to 1,936,931 in the corresponding period of 2021, 631,609 in 2020 and 3,976,777 in the same period of 2019, the Statistical Service of Cyprus (CyStat) announced on Tuesday.
In the 1950s, researchers from across the globe embarked on a sweeping and ambitious study. For decades, they scrutinized the diets and lifestyles of thousands of middle-aged men living in the United States, Europe and Japan and then examined how those characteristics affected their risks of developing cardiovascular disease.