Politics of Greece
Egypt cites progress in relations with Turkey
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said relations between Egypt and Turkey have seen progress.
"The issue (of normalizing relations) has not yet reached the next step but there is some progress that we hope we will build on," Shoukry said in an interview with the local MBC Egypt channel late on Oct. 1.
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Greece’s first participation in the ministerial conference on Libya
Nikos Dendias had the opportunity to inform his European counterparts about the latest episode of Turkish delinquency during the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the European Union.
North Macedonia’s Sensitive Census ‘On Track for Success’
Despite the difficulties it has encountered, the head count in North Macedonia at the moment is going well, the authorities said on Monday, expressing hope that the first census for almost two decades will come to a successful conclusion in ten days' time.
Greece issues strong protest against Turkish harassment of research ship Nautical Geo
Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias instructed the staff of the Greek Embassy in Ankara to lodge the complaint
Why Mitsotakis tapped Stylianides as Climate Change and Civil Protection Minister, his experience
By Angelos Athanasopoulos
The incoming minister for Climate Crisis and Civil Protection, Christos Stylianides is a dentist by training, yet he is by all accounts essentially a "political animal".
That is the common conviction of both his friends and opponents, as Cyprus's former European Commissioner has a passion for whatever he takes up.
Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Extends Greetings to North Macedonia on Occasion of 30th Independence Declaration Anniversary
Bulgarian Caretaker Foreign Minister Svetlan Stoev has greeted the Republic of North Macedonia on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the declaration of its independence, Stoev's Ministry said in a press release on Wednesday.
The country declared its independence from Yugoslavia on September 8, 1991.
Bulgarian Foreign ministry Responds to Stance of N..Mascedonia on Rights of Bulgarians in North Macedonia
In a position issued on Sunday, the Bulgairan Foreign Ministry says that this country's position on the topic of protecting the rights of Bulgarian citizens and of citizens identifying themselves as Bulgarians in North Macedonia, has been stated on many occasions.
Apostolakis refuses his appointment by Mitsotakis as civil protection minister
Just two hours after Prime Ministet Kyriakos' decisions about the cabinet reshuffle were announced, Admiral Evangelos Apostolakis, who had served as defence minister under the previous SYRIZA government, refused to accept his appointment as minister in the newly-created civil protection ministry.
UN Court Move Raises Hopes for Albania, Greece Border Deal
Unable to bridge their differences in bilateral negotiations, Albania and Greece have turned to the International Court of Justice to settle a maritime border dispute. The move might just work.
North Macedonia Expels Second Russian Diplomat This Year
North Macedonia's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday indirectly confirmed the expulsion of a Russian diplomat, after media reported that a Russian deputy military attaché was told to leave the country last week.