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Arcadia Waste Treatment Plant is part of the PPP project of Integrated Waste Management of the Peloponnese Region, which was visited today by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
This is the largest Waste Management PPP constructed in Greece (contract enters into force -29 January 2021). It has been preceded by the PPPs of Western Macedonia, Epirus, Serres, and Ilia.
Police chiefs of 10 provinces have been assigned to the headquarters and new police chiefs have been appointed in 33 provinces of the country in line with a presidential decree published in the Official Gazette on July 7.
One civil chief inspector and 26 police chiefs were appointed as internal affairs counselors to 27 overseas missions.
Caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev held meeting with the Ambassador of Slovenia Andrzej Franges.
During the meeting Yanev stated that some of our European partners are taking sides, tolerating the Republic of Northern Macedonia, respectively - accusing Bulgaria without real and well-founded reasons.
By Angelos Athanasopoulos
Who would have imagined that certain people here in Athens would reach the point of being glad that Bulgaria is "playing tough" and is blocking the start of North Macedonia's accession talks, so as to wreak vengeance for the treacherous Prespa Agreement that "gave it all away" to our northern neighbours.
Brnabic will speak at the high-level plenary session, which starts at 12 o'clock, the government's Office for Cooperation with the Media announced. The topics of the panel are preserving and reviving the European perspective of the region, successes and challenges in the Western Balkans, as well as joint work on managing the future.
By Aris Ravanos
Main opposition SYRIZA leader and former PM Alexis Tsipras while on a visit to Northern Macedonia today declared that implementation of the Prespa Agreement that he and Northern Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev signed (June, 2018) is the best answer to the enemies of the accord and the key to the future.
European Union flags. Photo: EPA-EFE
In an exclusive opinion piece for Balkan Insight, the foreign ministers of the EU's 'Trio Presidency' - Germany, Portugal and Slovenia - reaffirm the EU's commitment to enlargement and opening accession negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia.
During their meeting in Berlin, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas signed a joint declaration in which, among other things, they reaffirmed their countries' commitment to the security, stability, prosperity, and full sovereignty of the six Western Balkans countries, as well as to their European and Euro-Atlantic paths.