Ivan Savvidis is on a list of 2,500 individuals, mostly businesspeople and bankers, that the Ukrainian government considers as “Putin’s people”
He spoke, via video message, during a summit of heads of states and governments for the Crimea Platform Summit, and in addressing Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy
What the Minister of Rural Development said to the Council of Ministers of Agriculture of the Union
Show the public’s concern over Greek-Turkish relations
Moldova is the target today – Nightmarish conditions during the first day of the journey
The Russian embassy in Greece posted on Twitter that the Nazi Azov battalion is terrorizing the residents of Mariupol
In addition to the results of the negotiations in Belarus, the debate is expected to be dominated by the objections of opposition parties to send defense equipment το Θκραινε.
The directive will last for three months and is valid from today, Monday 28 February 2022.
The municipality’s Technopolis center will also be illuminated in the same colors
Everything is hanging by a thin thread in Eastern Ukraine after Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade
Minister of Environment and Energy to attend
The European Foreign Ministers will also hold talks with their Ukrainian counterpart
The scenarios that were examined in an extraordinary meeting under the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis – What was requested from the power companies
According to the first information, everything happened on Sunday afternoon in a cafeteria in the area
The confidential plan of the Ministry of National Defense for the evacuation of Greeks from Ukraine
The port of Alexandroupolis, the Souda base, Russian inconvenience and EU and NATO commitments
The Prime Minister stressed that the de-escalation in Ukraine would be to the benefit of all, noting that coordinated sanctions would be imposed in case of aggressive actions.
That canonical role of the Ecumenical Patriarchate as the coordinating centre in relations between the sister Orthodox Churches is now being challenged openly by Moscow.
Kotzias said that Greece finds itself at the centre of a triangle of instability: Ukraine, Libya, and Iraq, and that this necessitates a policy of 'flexibility and adaptability'.
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