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PM Mitsotakis meets with Greek-Russian businessman Ivan Savvidis

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met on Monday with Greek-Russian businessman Ivan Savvidis, the premier's office said in a statement.

The two men discussed issues related to Thessaloniki soccer team PAOK, the northern city's port and the businessman's planned real estate development in Paliouri, Halkidiki, in northern Greece, the office said. 

Mitsotakis meeting Trump

Athens is naturally concerned about Turkey's military operations in Syria and its mounting violations of Cyprus' exclusive economic zone, among other things, and is debating how best to manage the situation so as to avoid any unpleasant developments.

Kristalina Georgieva: Trade Conflicts Disrupt the Global Economy (EXTENDED)

International Monetary Fund Director Kristalina Georgieva commented on China-US trade mini-deal. She said a reconciliation between the two countries was not enough and that a trade peace was needed, BGNES reported.

"It's really good news that the US and China are talking to each other, but it's not enough."

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.

Main opposition CHP urges gov’t to show reaction to Trump in emergency meeting

The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) on Oct. 10 held an emergency Central Executive Board (MYK) meeting, urging the government to show a "state reaction" to U.S. President Donald Trump's "penalizing" remarks about the country's fresh operation into northeast Syria.

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