As reported by Greek public broadcaster ERT, referring to the constructive role Greece played in the wider region and the initiative it had undertaken, the U.S. official underlined that Greece was not only a “stable partner”, but a country that promoted stability in the region.”

The involvement of archaeologist Kalliopi Limneos Papakosta, leading the Greek excavation in Alexandria, adds a compelling layer from a historical standpoint. As the director of the Hellenic Institute of Alexandrian Studies, Papakosta has dedicated nearly three decades to unearthing the secrets of the ancient city and its legendary inhabitant, Alexander. With unwavering conviction, she maintains that the tomb of Alexander the Great rests in Alexandria, a city steeped in history since its founding in 331 BC.

Minister of Digital Governance Dimitris Papastergiou and Deputy Minister of Sports Giannis Voutsis announced the measures in a joint briefing aimed at gradually allowing the attendance of spectators to sporting venues following the closures of stadium doors due to a spike in violence at the end of last year.

The disparaging resolution, approved by MEPs from the Socialists, Liberals, Greens, and Left, equates Greece with Viktor Orban’s Hungary concerning the rule of law, press freedom, and individual liberties.