Greek government-debt crisis

Alexis Tsipras’ series of meetings in Brazil at president Lula’s swearing-in ceremony

Main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras, who has been invited to the swearing-in ceremony of the new president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, had a series of brief meetings and conversations with heads of state during his visit, party sources said on Monday.

Greek Fin. Min. rules out Fuel Pass 3 subsidy… for now

Finance Minister Christos Staikouras ruled out a Fuel Pass 3 subsidy, at this point in time.

Characteristically, Mr. Staikouras emphasized that according to the Eurogroup the reductions must be targeted and therefore there can be no horizontal reduction of taxes. The Minister noted  the Excise Tax also because it will mean 1 billion euros less.

Editorial: Letter from London

Britain's political fiasco is unprecedented.

Since 2016, the erstwhile strong and respected Great Britain had to change four prime ministers, and now it is looking for a fifth.

The case of Liz Truss, however, was beyond imagination. She remained in office for just 44 days, a shorter time span than the campaign in which she was elected Tory leader.

Deputy Minister slams Greece’s claims on pushing forward migrants

Turkish Deputy Interior Minister has slammed Greek minister for his allegations about the country forcing 92 migrants to cross into Greece and stripping them naked before doing so.

"Since you could not find a single human rights case in Türkiye, you are trying to reveal the image of your persecution as if it happened in Türkiye," İsmail Çataklı said in a social media post.

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