“The future of education”: online discussion of the Adenauer Foundation

“Education” – there is hardly a topic that is discussed more often and more controversially. On Monday, November 2nd, at 5 pm, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation invites Greece and Cyprus to a discussion event with top-class participants from Greece and Germany on “The future of education”. Education should not only develop the personality, but also … Read more

Microsoft plans a large data center in Greece

Microsoft on Monday announced plans to build three data centers in the Athens metropolitan area, offering a much needed investment of up to $ 1 billion to the Greek economy, which has been hit hard by the pandemic. The project was announced by the US tech giant and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis after nine … Read more

Athens accuses migrants of “burning” Moria camp

The Greek government again accused migrants on Monday of ‘burning’ the Moria camp on the island of Lesvos. Despite the reluctance, hundreds of exiles settled there in a temporary center ‘without a shower or a mattress’, according to witnesses. ‘The (Moria) camp was burned down by refugees and migrants who wanted to blackmail the government … Read more

Greece calls for the immediate withdrawal of Turkish ships

There is a tense atmosphere between Greece and Turkey because of gas deposits in the Mediterranean Sea. NATO has now announced its readiness for talks between the two countries. But Greece disagrees. An initiative by the NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg mediation between Greece and Turkey in the dispute over the gas reserves in the … Read more

NATO announced that Greece and Turkey would dialogue to de-escalate tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean, but Athens denied having accepted the proposal.

Greek and French ships during military exercises in the Mediterranean Sea on August 13 (Greek Ministry of Defense via AFP) The tension between Greece and Turkey over the claims of both nations over areas of the Eastern Mediterranean go through hours of diplomatic uncertainty: in the afternoon, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) announced that … Read more

Eastern Mediterranean, Greece and Turkey one step away from the clash

GRecia and Turkey are one step away from armed confrontation in the eastern Mediterranean. Their warships face off against ready-to-launch missiles off the coast of Cyprus and the disputed Greek island of Kastellorizo, 2.5km off the Turkish coast. A clash born of ancient rivalries on the brink of explosion. For months, the tug-of-war between the … Read more

Dangerous escalation in the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey

The turquoise waters of the eastern Mediterranean have darkened a little more every day for the past 48 hours. On Monday, the Turkish government sent its seismic vessel Oruç Reis, escorted by several military buildings, to an area between Cyprus, the islands of Crete and off the Turkish city of Antalya. Greece responded immediately by … Read more

The captain made 21 mistakes when flying with only one engine. I have a wealth of experience, he defended himself

The Institute for the Professional Investigation of the Causes of Aircraft Accidents completed the investigation of last year’s Smartwings flight from the Greek island of Samos to Prague, when the aircraft flew almost the entire route with only one engine and did not land in an emergency. According to the findings of the institute, the … Read more

Greece on “heightened alert” deploys ships for Turkey’s exploration activities. Ankara urgently calls on licensed soldiers: “Athens claims are illegitimate”

First visit to Athens of the German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, then the phone calls from Angela Merkel to the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and to the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to avoid voltage escalation in theAegean after the Turkey he sailed with 17 military ships in Greek waters. Ankara goes in … Read more

Athens – The Greek National Opera gives voice against adversity

The first recital of a new season of the National Opera of Greece, relocated to the archaeological sites of the country, started on Saturday in Athens. Updated 14 hours ago The Greek National Opera. KEYSTONE The voice of the mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili rises in the middle of the ancient columns and bounces on the facades … Read more