Theodoros Skylakakis

The Butterfly Valley in Rhodes is shielded with a state-of-the-art smoke detection system

A quite important tool for the prevention of fires in the forests of Rhodes is the ICT system installed by Nova in the Butterfly Valley area of Rhodes, which can detect smoke, even in small quantities, within a radius of 15 kilometres!

ADMIE: Mitsotakis intervenes on the Crete – Cyprus electricity cable & the fate of the 1.9 billion project

Developments surrounding the construction of the 1.9 billion Crete-Cyprus-Israel power cable are dramatic, and even at the top government level, after the Cypriots refused to approve the project’s payment framework, which takes the Great Sea Interconnector project’s course in a new direction.

Is Turkey itching for tension? Officials fear so

The Foreign Ministry opted for a mild response Wednesday to Turkish allegations that Greece is undermining the climate of relatively good relations, but officials increasingly believe that the Turkish government, partly due to domestic political pressure, may opt, at a time of its own choosing, to return to the period of high tension that prevailed from 2020 to 2023.

Mitsotakis and Christodoulides to take part in inaugural Greece-Cyprus High-Level Cooperation Council

After jointly attending the humanitarian conference convened by French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides returned to Athens for the inaugural Greece-Cyprus High-Level Cooperation Council. The Council is scheduled to commence at 12 p.m., with joint press statements to follow.

Firms caught stealing power face closure

In the effort to tackle power theft, the government has announced that businesses that steal electricity face temporary or permanent shutdown while electricians who make illegal connections will lose their license. It will also crack down on so-called "strategic defaulters," defined as consumers who have changed providers at least twice in a period of five years while having unpaid debts. 

Mitsotakis to chair meeting on wildfire disaster, forest restoration

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will chair a meeting on Tuesday morning to assess the scale of the destruction by the hundreds of wildfires that have ravaged Greece and discuss the restoration of forests, mainly in the northeastern region of Evros and Mount Parnitha in Attica, the areas that suffered the worst.