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Statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias, following the proceedings of the EU Foreign Affairs Council (Brussels, 11 December 2017)

N. KOTZIAS: We talked about two issues at today’s meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council here in Brussels. We had a discussion with Mr. Netanyahu, in which we stressed our assessment of the situation as we ' ve already expressed it: that the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem...

Statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, N. Kotzias, at the joint press conference following the meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Visegrad 4 and the Balkan EU member states (Balkan 4), in Budapest (4 December 2017)

I thank you for the invitation and your hospitality. As always, it was a meeting well organized by the Hungarian side. It was thousands of years ago that god Zeus abducted the beautiful Europa from Libya, leading us, today, to the process of the European Union and its further enlargement. Greece supports...

Interview of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias, in the Sunday Ethnos, with journalist G. Kapopoulos (3 December 2017)

JOURNALIST: Does President Erdogan’s upcoming visit to Athens – the first by a Turkish head of state since 1952 – mean there are hopes for substantial progress in Greek-Turkish relations?N. KOTZIAS: A visit, however important it might be, doesn’t automatically resolve all problems. But it can contribute to the enhancement...

Interview of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Kotzias, on Alpha Radio (1.12.2017)

JOURNALIST: Good morning, Mr. Kotzias. N. KOTZIAS: Good morning to you, too. It’s afternoon here, of course. I’m in Korea. I have concluded my Asian tour, which had been on the pipeline for over a year. I have been to India, where we really did create a major new opening for...

Press Conference of Minister of Foreign Affairs, N. Kotzias, following the proceedings of the 2nd Int’l Conference on Religious and Cultural Pluralism and Peaceful Coexistence in the Middle East (Athens, 30-31 October 2017)

N. KOTZIAS: The 2nd International Conference on Religious and Cultural Pluralism and Peaceful Coexistence in the Middle East is yet another initiative Greece has taken, among the 14 international formats, cooperation schemes and organizations it has built over the past two and a half years. As you know, the subject of...

Rethinking Greece: Johanna Hanink on Ancients, Moderns and the politics of cultural indebtedness

Johanna Hanink is Associate Professor of Classics at Brown University, US. Her work focuses on ancient theater and performance, the cultural life of classical Athens, and the idea of the "Greek...

Thinking of a Greek smart city? Think of Trikala!

Central Bridge @Trikala (photo:Kouris©Greece-is) Built in the Thessalian plain in the middle of Greece, the medium-sized provincial city of Trikala is a unique destination for those who want to...

Hiking Greek Islands: explore off-the-beaten track treasures!

The Greek islands, well known for their sunny beaches and clear blue waters, attract outdoor enthusiasts not only for activities such as diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, wind surfing, sailing or...

Reading Greece: Auguste Corteau – When the Writer Meets the Translator

Auguste Corteau (1979) is a fiction writer, a playwright and a translator. He has written novels/novellas: Rabastin (1999), The Square (2000), Haunted (2001), Animal (2002), The Streets Sculptor...

Arts in Greece | Chainis Dimitris Apostolakis: "In Crete, the continuity of musical expression has not been interrupted"

Lyra player, singer, songwriter and theoretical physicist "Chainis" Dimitris Apostolakis is a founding member of Chainides, a Cretan music group formed in 1990 by a group of...

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