Mitsotakis government

Greece’s blue gold

March 22 marked World Water Day and the launch of the 2023 UN Water Conference in New York. Last week also marked one of the most important debates for the Greek legislature and the Mitsotakis government regarding transforming Greece's water management.

No talk of closure or mandatory masks for Greek schools

There is no possibility of closing schools due to the outbreak of coronavirus cases and viruses, as clarified by the Minister of Education, Niki Kerameos.

Regarding the possibility of a return of the mandatory mask, the minister ruled it out.

At the same time, she again referred to the issue of teacher hirings.

An end to the debate about school shut downs and masks

PM tours NE Greece ring road construction, ahead of ceremony for start of work on Alexandroupolis ind’p natgas system project

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday visited a construction site for the eastern extension of a ring road near the extreme northeast city of Alexandroupolis, with the highway connecting with the east-west Egnatia tollway and the city's port.

Tsipras tables ‘no confidence’ motion against Greek gov’t in Parliament

Greece's main opposition leader, former premier Alexis Tsipras, tabled a "no confidence" motion in Parliament on Thursday morning, accusing Kyriakos Mitsotakis' center-right government of botching the state's reaction this week to a heavy snow storm in the country, especially the greater Athens area, as well as failing to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.

Editorial: Everything is in flux

In politics, as in everyday life, everything is in flux, and that view of the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus is today predominant because broader economic, social, public health, geopolitical and other conditions are constantly shifting and have an impact on society, changing the public's frame of mind.

Spanish FM coming to Athens after scathing criticism over deal to sell Turkey naval vessels

Athens' uncharacteristically public and sharp criticism this week of a fellow member - Spain, in this case - following a high-profile defense deal whereby Madrid will sell Turkey a new aircraft carrier, and possibly a submarine, generated an immediate reaction.

Greece has Warned Erdogan that It will Respond Decisively to Possible Migrant Pressure

Greece will respond resolutely in defending the EU's external borders against possible migrant pressure from Turkey, after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of "lying" about the migrant crisis.

Erdogan Threatens Athens Directly: If we Open our Borders, I don't Know what will Happen to Greece