Athens-Macedonian News Agency

US congressmen seek to link Turkey sanctions to violations in Aegean, East Med

A cross-party bill submitted to US Congress seeks to link Turkey's activities in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean to sanctions imposed by Washington earlier this week over Ankara's offensive in Syria, the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA-MPA) reported on Thursday.

Five-year-old in ICU after crash on Crete

A 5-year-old girl who was in one of two cars that crashed in the Cretan prefecture of Rethymno on Sunday was in the intensive care unit of Iraklio General Hospital on Monday.

The local traffic police have launched an investigation to determine the exact circumstances of the collision between the two cars on the national highway near the small town of Skaleta.

Road accident prevention group calls for tougher legislation for hit-and-runs

The "SOS-Road Accidents" national association has called for an amendment to existing legislation so that stricter penalties are imposed in cases of hit-and-run incidents.
According to the association, in Athens alone more than 25 hit-and-run incidents are recorded every year, but it also notes that the problem is a nationwide one, and cites Crete in particular.

Mitsotakis to Zaev: I would not have signed the Prespes deal

In his first meeting with North Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev since being elected, Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he would not have signed the Prespes accord if he had been in power in 2018 when the deal was inked, according to government sources cited by the Athens-Macedonian News Agency Tuesday.

Mitsotakis to Zaev: I would never have signed the Prespes deal

In his first meeting with North Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev since being elected, Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he would have not have signed the Prespes accord if he had been in power in 2018 when the deal was inked, according to government sources cited by the Athens-Macedonian News Agency Tuesday.

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