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Tag: Greek crisis

Greek PM presents permanent social welfare and relief package 3

Greek PM presents permanent social welfare and relief package

Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras presented a new round of social welfare and anti-austerity measures at the Zappeion Megaron on Tuesday evening. Prior to the announcement Tsipras acknowledged that a large part…

Greece back and open for business: Logothetis 5

Greece back and open for business: Logothetis

The co-founder of the Concordia Summit and executive member of Libra Group, Nicholas Logothetis optimistically declared that “Greece has returned and is open to business.” Logothetis made the comment during an interview…

Commission President says EU failed Greece 9

Commission President says EU failed Greece

The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Tuesday expressed regret that the European Union had not shown sufficient solidarity with Greece when the crisis erupted. Juncker made the comments during an event…

Tsipras praises Greek people in overcoming crisis 11

Tsipras praises Greek people in overcoming crisis

Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has praised the Greek people and acknowledged their sacrifices during the crisis, during a reception held at the offices of the Consulate General of Greece in New…

Praise for Greece's "Herculean" efforts 13

Praise for Greece’s “Herculean” efforts

The European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday praised Greece’s Herculean efforts, while addressing the European Parliament where Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras also gave a speech about his government’s efforts and…

European Central Banker praises Greek Government 15

European Central Banker praises Greek Government

Bernard Delahaye of the European Central Bank praised the Greek government today for its “remarkable work” in recent years as it negotiated the crisis. Delahaye who made the statements during an interview…

WHO KILLED ZORBA? 20

WHO KILLED ZORBA?

If there is a defining image of Greece in the 20th century it is surely Zorba the Greek, right? That lovable scoundrel-philosopher who was brought alive from the pen of Nikos Kazantzakis…