Politics by country

Erdoğan to speak with Putin on grain deal in coming days

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on March 22 that he will speak by phone in the coming days with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to discuss the Black Sea Grain deal. 

"We will have a phone call with Putin in two to three days," Erdoğan said in a televised interview. 

He said the world appreciates Türkiye's mediation efforts between Russia and Ukraine.

Greece-Africa Power Interconnector to be listed among European Projects of Common Interest

Greece is emerging as an energy hub for Europe and an important geopolitical actor, while the country is willing to support multiple interconnections to become a leader in energy supply in the region, said Andreas Borgeas, a former California state senator and currently the CEO of the Greece-Africa Power (GAP) Interconnector linking Greece and Egypt.

Failed politicians on the party ticket

The truth is that SYRIZA does not have the moral high ground to call for the removal of Kostas A. Karamanlis (III), who resigned as transport minister in the conservative administration following the deadly train collision, from the New Democracy party ticket. Not because the main leftist opposition does not have a say on the issue.

Dendias: I congratulated Vucic on Ohrid agreement, Greece supports dialogue

BELGRADE  - Greek FM Nikos Dendias said on Wednesday he had congratulated Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on a recent Belgrade-Pristina agreement in Ohrid, confirming Greece's firm support to EU-facilitated efforts for further progress of dialogue.

Vucic and Dendias met in Belgrade.