Economic policy, security and migration will top the agenda of the Mediterranean EU Countries' Summit "Athens 2016" that will take place on Friday, September 9, at the Zappeio Hall in the Greek capital.
Despite repeated pleas by authorities from the Greek islands bearing the brunt of the ongoing migrant influx, the government is making plans to “decongest” facilities, improve existent centers or create new ones without however providing a specific time frame or locations.
The Dodecanese island of Rhodes is expecting tourism to pick up pace this month on the back of airport data revealing a 5.4 percent rise in incoming traffic for August compared to the same month last year.
The Air France-KLM Group has announced the expanded scope of responsibilities of Yiorgos Zermas as Sales Manager heading the Sales, Marketing and the Exclusive Marine Desk activities for Greece and Cyprus, effective September 1.
Concerts, a car rally, hot air ballon flights, a brand new city monopoly, a pirate ship, e-games and art shows plus all the politics one can get will mark the opening of the 81st Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) on Saturday, September 10.
The 5th Athens Flying Week (AFW) to “take off” on September 17 at the Tanagra Air Force Base on the outskirts of Athens promises to keep aviation lovers, young and old, and spotters on the edge with dozens of aircraft and jets in sensational stunts and much more.
The free events at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) continue unabated throughout September. Events include wellness and sports programs, activities for children and families, film screenings, musical concerts and guided tours.