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Mainland Greece is aging alarmingly - faster than even the most dire predictions of demographers. One in three residents of the Prefectures of Arta and Evrytania is currently over 65 years old, a percentage that was expected in 2050, while in eleven prefectures of the country with a total population of 828,000 people one in four is elderly.
Canadian Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne noted that now is the moment with the greatest potential for the development of bilateral relations between Greece and Canada, speaking at the Toronto Economic Forum held on October 17 and 18 by the Delphi Economic Forum.
Netflix on Oct. 17 defended its latest series of "The Crown" after former British prime minister John Major lashed out at a story line showing King Charles plotting to oust the late queen.
Major's tenure as prime minister from 1990-1997 covered a turbulent period for the royals that included the divorce of Charles and his wife Princess Diana.
The PM said two proposals put forward by Greece months ago were adopted
Cares homes in Greece are not a traditional option
Turkish Deputy Interior Minister has slammed Greek minister for his allegations about the country forcing 92 migrants to cross into Greece and stripping them naked before doing so.
"Since you could not find a single human rights case in Türkiye, you are trying to reveal the image of your persecution as if it happened in Türkiye," İsmail Çataklı said in a social media post.
Greece's two-time Olympic taekwondo silver medallist Alexandros Nikolaidis has died of cancer at the age of 42.
Nikolaidis also served as deputy spokesman for the leftist SYRIZA party.
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A tepid first "warming" in now frosty Greek-Turkish relations came on Thursday, as Greek Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos met with his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, on the sidelines of a NATO DMs' meeting in Brussels.
According to an official announcement by the Greek side, both ministers underlined the importance of maintaining open channels of communication.