EU Issues Firm Response to Vladimir Putin’s Nuclear Conflict Threats

The EU spokesperson stated Putin continued to deceive his nation and was trying to continue to deceive the international public

Tsikhanouskaya: ‘Putin and Lukashenka have already murdered many opponents, but I am not worried about my own life’

Leader of the Belarus Democratic Opposition, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya explains in her interview with To Vima that she is convinced that there won't be freedom for Belarus without victory for Ukraine, and Ukraine will never be safe unless there is a free and democratic Belarus

EU: Improved European Protection Rules for Quality Agricultural Products

This reform not only fortifies the protection of geographical indications both online and offline but also bestows additional rights upon producers while streamlining the registration process for protected agricultural products

Greek PM Mitsotakis on Inflation, Farmers & Minimum Wage at Government Cabinet

The PM outlined a series of priorities over the coming months which included tackling inflation, supporting agricultural products, and enhancing public health.

New Lighting to Highlight the Temple of Poseidon in Sounion by Ministry of Culture

Crafted entirely from white marble in the 5th century BC, it stands as a tribute to Poseidon, the god of the sea

Price Reduction in Products Up to 15% – Offers Limited

Despite a three-month ban on offers, Aristotle Panteliadis, president of the Supermarket Association, said re-pricing for four out of five products remain in effect

Greek FM Gerapetritis Promotes Athens’ Bid for UNSC Non-Permanent Member’s Seat

Top diplomat speaks at 55th session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva, as Athens also seeks two-year membership with latter institution

Rail Transport in Greece in Downward Spiral a Year Since Tempi Disaster

Wide-spread flooding last September also devastated the main north-south railroad axis in central Greece