Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias visits Georgia
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias visited Georgia and met with his counterpart Mikheil Janelidze.
Piraeus Port Authority unveils €294 million investment plans to boost cruise sector
The Piraeus Port Authority is planning to invest some 294 million euros in the next five years to upgrade its existing infrastructure and increase competitiveness in the cruise industry.
UNHCR launches HELP, new information platform for refugees in Greece
At help.unhcr.org/greece, refugees and asylum seekers can find tailored and reliable information about the asylum procedure in Greece, their rights and obligations while in the country, and processes such as relocation, family reunification and voluntary return.
Ambassador of Norway:”The challenge for the Greek economy is its competitive edge and its business climate” [interview]
The Ambassador of Norway in Athens, His Excellency Jørn Eugene Gjelstad, spoke to EmbassyNews.net and commented on the current developments in Greek and European politics, the economy and the refugee crisis.
Pascaline Bossu: “My Impressions of Greece” [interview]
Greece has been a source of inspiration for Pascaline Bossu for decades. She made her first sketches of its landscapes when she was a student, but her connection with Greece became stronger through the years. She is now presenting her impressions in an exhibition of sketches, paintings and photographs at the Herakleidon Museum in Thissio.
“VOYAGE” exhibition extended until August 27 at Museum Herakleidon
The exhibition “VOYAGE-Greek Shipbuilding and Seafaring from antiquity to modern times” currently on display at the Museum Herakleidon will be extended until August 27.
10th Poetry Recital
Elia Ramirez Rouvalis and argentinos.gr, along with the Cultural Park and the Poets’ Circle and Athens spanish and ladinos communities will hold the 10th Poetry Recital on Saturday, March 18.
Bike your way across Norway
The national cycle routes will guide you along fjords, through forests and even across mountains.