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Tusk’s Migrant Quota Action Causes EU Rift, Reactions

A move by European Council President Donald Tusk to review the mechanism of mandatory quotas for the redistribution of asylum seekers has created a stir in the EU.

Thessaloniki Port: Share Purchase Agreement for 67% Stake to be Signed

The share purchase agreement for the 67 percent stake of the Thessaloniki Port Authority is expected to be signed on Friday, December 15.

UNESCO Names Greece’s Rebetiko Song Heritage of Humanity

The rebetiko music genre - known as the Greek blues - has been included on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list.

SETE: First Signs for 2018 Greek Tourism Season are Positive

The first signs for the 2018 tourism season in Greece are positive, according to the president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Yiannis Retsos.

Greek Airports Welcome Record 11-Month Passenger Traffic

Greek airports recorded robust passenger numbers in the January-November 2017 period welcoming a total 55.8 million against 53.6 million last year.

Macedonia Airport Handling All Flights as Scheduled

All flights to and from Thessaloniki's Macedonia Airport are being carried out according to schedule since November 24, Greece’s transport ministry said on Tuesday.

Greek Tourism Draft Bill Open for Public Discussion

A long-awaited tourism draft bill has opened for public debate in the government’s online OpenGov platform through to January 5, 2018.

Tsipras, Kountoura, Tsakalotos Invite US Investors to Bet on Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras invited investors to bet on Greece describing the country as a “land of opportunity”.

European Commission Gives Greek Breakfast Action Thumbs Up

Greek Breakfast, an initiative of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH), has been named national winner at the European Enterprise Promotion Awards.

Transport in Greece to be Affected by Walkouts on December 14

Public transport in Athens will be disrupted on Thursday, December 14, as Greece’s main private and public sector umbrella unions, GSEE and ADEDY, have announced a strike.