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By Petros Tatsopoulos
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" or "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back"?
Depending on whether we see the glass half-full or half-empty, we can quote Neil Armstrong or Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin).
Covid-19 pandemic in Greece: 10,528 new infections on Wed.; nine related deaths; 94 intubated patients
The article says that despite that, Greece is expecting a record high arrivals this year
Greece will receive 18 Rafale jets
Itoudis is also Greece’s national coach
Bulgaria is the only EU member state to have a decline, albeit a slight one, in the percentage of people who think the Union is a good thing. Almost half of Bulgarians have a positive attitude towards China and Russia, and over 50% have a negative attitude towards the United States.
These are the results of a special Eurobarometer survey for the spring of 2022.
A day before the EU Summit, Athens, turns its attention to Rome, focusing on the dinner Mario Draghi has invited the Greek PM to on Wednesday night. Government sources describe the Italian prime minister's table with his Greek counterpart as a one-on-one meeting that will help build closer relations.
Greek-Turkish relations on the table
New records were set in Greece
As Greece’s maritime dispute with Turkey heats up, Athens is finding more and more common ground with Tokyo