PM Again Takes Aim at North Macedonia Leadership: Elex Over

Stressing Athens' unwavering stance on the apparently rekindled 'name issue', Mitsotakis called on the North Macedonia Leadership to use Prespa Agreement-mandated name

Greece’s Renewable Energy Balancing Economic Gains with Community Challenges

Wind and solar power have become so economically viable that they're now unprofitable for investors, but a boon for Greek families and businesses.

Libyan Provisional Gov’t Peeved Over Seismic Research off Crete

The government in Tripoli reportedly delivered a demarche to Greece's envoy in the Libyan capital last week, essentially 'doubling down' on its controversial and unsanctioned EEZ agreement with Turkey

Sameh Shoukry: ‘We’re Expecting More Support From Europe’

Egyptian FM Shoukry gives an interview to Ta Nea, where he touches on the possibility of maritime zones being delimited in the east Mediterranean, the Mideast crisis and the crucial issue of migration

American Hellenic Institute (AHI) Advocates for Strong U.S. Foreign Aid to Greece and Cyprus in House Appropriations Subcommittee

AHI recommended a $1.8 million appropriation for Greece's International Military Education and Training (IMET) program

Greek Consumers Suffer from Price Disparity in European Markets

These discrepancies persist despite the lower purchasing power of Greek consumers relative to those in other eurozone countries.

Greek PM Again Warns North Macedonia Over Prespa Violation

Mitsotakis on Prespa violation: North Macedonia’s 'path towards Europe and progress also passes through our country, where it can end'