Greek PM hints at cabinet reshuffle

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has suggested that he could carry out a reshuffle of his conservative cabinet.
Asked during his visit to Israel Tuesday about media speculation on the issue, Mitsotakis said, "as you know, I make my decisions on the mountain, but now it is summer."
"But you are using the wrong word; the right one is 'corrective moves'," the premier added.

Golden Visa issuing advice provided by webinar

The Center for European Constitutional Law (CECL) is organizing a webinar on Tuesday, in Greek, titled: "Practical Matters in Issuing Golden Visas."

Running 4-9 p.m., the online seminar is addressed to lawyers, real estate agency workers and employees at state entities that are responsible for issuing Golden Visas.

B&E Goulandris Foundation donates masks for health workers

The Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation has announced its donation of 50,000 protective masks to the Health Ministry.
According to the Goulandris Foundation, the gesture is a small token of gratitude and support for the work performed by National Health System doctors and nurses to combat Covid-19.
The masks will be used at five 24-hour health centers in Attica.

Sofia District Prosecutor's Office: Volen Siderov Wanted!

Volen Siderov has been declared for a nationwide search, the Sofia District Prosecutor's Office announced.

The municipal councilor, after being regularly summoned, as the accused, did not appear for a prosecution. The defendant was not found at the addresses he stated, which necessitated his announcement on 15.04.2020 for a nationwide search.