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Kremlin: Oh yes, it's real

He added that the Minister of Defense of Russia, Sergei Shoigu, conveyed this information to the West, and it is up to them whether they will believe it.

Francois Hollande: Erdogan cannot be both with the West and Russia

Former French president Francois Hollande's experience on the International stage is replete with stories. From Putin to Obama or Tsipras, Hollande recorded his memories, with what happened behind the cameras, in a book, which is already a bestseller in France. The former French president spoke exclusively to "TA NEA" newspaper.

Archbishop Ieronymos ends years of tolerance of Mount Lycabettus’ “miracle-working” priest

Five years after a church probe that he had ordered condemned the "miracle-working" priest, Demetrios Loupasakis, who drew thousands of faithful with a crucifix that he claimed to contain part of the True Cross of Christ, to the church of the Saints Isidore on Mount Lycabettus in Athens, Archbishop Ieronymos has said he will remove the priest and his entourage from the chapel, giving them a fiv

In Greece: Increased interest in Еxcursions to Bulgaria

Next week, thousands of Greek tourists are expected to visit Bulgaria during the three weekends, according to Bulgarian operators in our southern neighbor.

There are many student groups for Bansko.

Op-ed: For the West, Erdogan is one thing, Turkey is another

By Alexandra Fotaki

Making comparisons is a popular pastime in Greece, as is talk of isolation, and it has been perceived as necessary to thresh out and conduct policy along these lines.

Allow me to explain.

Mitsotakis expresses satisfaction over EU Council results to deal with energy crisis

BSMEPA received the Award in the Cross-Border Cooperation Category of the Go Global Awards

Yesterday at a ceremony in Tallinn, Estonia, BSMEPA received the award in the cross-border cooperation category of the International Trade Council's Go Global Awards!

The Go Global Awards recognize companies and organizations that drive the economy forward through their innovation, technology and strategic solutions.

Zero-Waste Project attracts worldwide attention: Turkish first lady

Zero-Waste Project, carried out by the Turkish first lady Emine Erdoğan in a bid to reduce the volume of non-recyclable waste, is highly appreciated abroad as it speaks a common language with everyone, Erdoğan has said.

Türkiye hosts FIVB Volleyball Women Championship in Antalya

Türkiye will be hosting the FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship for the second successive time, the Turkish Volleyball Federation has announced.

"The competition will be held in [the southern province of] Antalya between Dec. 14 and 18," it said in a statement.

Türkiye will be represented in the tournament with two teams, Vakıfbank and Eczacıbaşı Dynavit.

CHP leader stresses freedom of expression on social media

While criticizing the "disinformation law," main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Chair Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has stated that it is natural for young people or anyone to express criticism on social media.

President Erdoğan sees ’opportunity’ to mend Armenia ties

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Oct. 20 that there was an opportunity to repair ties with Armenia, linking it with the normalization underway between Yerevan and Ankara's ally Azerbaijan.

Akar invites Greek defense minister to Türkiye

 

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has admitted that he invited his Greek counterpart, Nikolaos Panagiotopoulos, and his wife to Türkiye to create a positive atmosphere amid the increasing tension between the two countries.

"I invited Panagiotopoulos to Türkiye with his wife when we were in Brussels," Akar said during an exclusive interview on Oct. 20.

Presidential spokesperson rejects chemical weapon allegations

Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın reacted harshly to the allegations that the Turkish Armed Forces used chemical weapons.

"Chemical weapons lie is the futile effort of those who try to justify and aestheticize terrorism," Kalin tweeted on Oct. 20.

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