Occupational safety and health
The Bank of Greece announced on Thursday it will donate five million euros to help people affected by the deadly wildfires of 23 and 24 July that killed at least 83 people in Attica and assist in reconstruction efforts.
The central bank said it convened an extraordinary meeting of its general council at the request of its Chairman, BoG Governor Yannis Stournaras.
Greece thanked on Wednesday the countries, institutions and ordinary people who offered assistance in tackling the deadly fires that ravaged the region of Attica this week.
At least 80 people have been killed, as rescue crews continued to search through charred homes and cars for the missing.
Firefighters remained in east Attica to prevent flare-ups.
In a scorched and blackened pine forest, Dionysis Tsiroglou and his team of volunteer rescuers are searching homes ravaged by Greece's deadliest wildfire, looking for the missing.
"Their relatives are asking us to move mountains - 'I want my aunt, I want my uncle, my son, my daughter, my father, my mother'," he said.