Politics of Europe

Theoharopoulos keeps cards close to chest on possible move to Potami

Amid speculation about his possible move to centrist Potami following his ejection from the Movement for Change (KINAL) coalition, Thanassis Theoharopoulos held his cards close to his chest on Monday, commenting that he has a "good relationship" with Potami and its leader Stavros Theodorakis.

ForMin Melescanu to participate in Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Brussels

Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu on Monday will participate in the meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels, where foreign affairs ministers of EU member states are set to discuss topical issues, such as combating disinformation, cooperation between EU - the League of Arab States/LAS and the relation between the EU and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations/ASEAN.

Foreign support for Tsipras and respect for the opposition

It is easy to see why Greece's partners are happy with Alexis Tsipras on a range of issues. From doses of realism and the close cooperation in the area of the economy over the past three years, to the signing of the Prespes accord, the Greek prime minister is projecting a very positive image.

Suspect questioned over threats to politician backing Prespes deal

Police in Athens were on Thursday questioning a suspect in connection with threats issued against a politician who had publicly stated that they would back Greece's name accord with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

No details were released regarding the man's identity, though some local media suggested that he is 40 years old and belongs to the far-right.

ANEL leader accuses former MPs of making deal to keep cabinet posts

Independent Greeks (ANEL) leader Panos Kammenos accused former party MPs of exchanging their support for the government in a no-confidence vote for their cabinet positions, during a speech in a parliamentary debate on the motion on Wednesday.

"They chose the ministerial position for a vote of confidence," he told lawmakers, adding he will vote against the government.

#Romania2019.eu/ ForMin Melescanu: The Eastern Partnership represents a priority for Romania's Presidency at the EU Council

The Eastern Partnership represents a priority for Romania's Presidency at the Council of the European Union and there is hope of carrying out a ministerial meeting in April dedicated to the issues and, especially, to the prospects that the Eastern Partnership will have in the coming years, Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu told Romanian journalists on Tuesday in Strasbourg, at t

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