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We have seen "holistic plans" for the economy before, but never such thorough plans.
Most of the points raised in the so-called Pissarides Report on a long-term growth strategy for Greece (named after Cypriot Nobel Laureate Sir Christopher Pissarides who chaired the committee of experts that authored it) have been common knowledge for years.
Health workers are taking part in Thursday's nationwide 24-hour strike announced by ADEDY, Greece's largest public sector union, demanding protective measures for employees and mass hirings in the health sector.
The Panhellenic Federation of Public Hospital Employees (POEDIN) has called on its members to gather at hospital entrances at 8 a.m.
Since Aristotle's time some basic characteristics of the youth remain unchanged.
The Stagirite philosopher's description is decisive and unchanged.
Among other distinctive traits is a firm resistance to preaching and firm urgings.
The illusion of immortality that is inherent in the nature of youth is ominous in the current pandemic.
Belgium confirmed its intention to receive 150 refugees and asylum seekers from Greece by the end of the year during a teleconference on Wednesday between Deputy Migration Minister Giorgos Koumoutsakos and the Belgian secretary of state for asylum and migration, Sammy Mahdi.
Koumoutsakos thanked the Belgian government for its practical solidarity with Greece.
The number of reported deaths from Covid-19 continued to remain high in Greece with 87 patients reported dead, according to the latest data published by the National Organization for Public Health (EODY) on Wednesday.
This raised the overall number of fatalities to 1,902 since the pandemic begun. The median age of those who died was 80 years.
It will apply for those transferring their tax residence to Greece for 7 years
The prime ministers of the four European Union countries on the frontline of the migration crisis, namely Greece, Italy, Spain and Malta, on Wednesday sent a joint memorandum outlining their positions on the bloc's new Pact on Migration and Asylum to the German chair of the European Council, Angela Merkel, European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von de
Greece, Italy, Spain and Malta, which have borne the brunt of the European Union's migration crisis, have sent a joint memorandum outlining their positions regarding the bloc's new Pact on Migration and Asylum to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.