A powerful blast smashed windows and wrecked offices at Greece’s SKAI TV in Athens on Monday in what officials called an attack on democracy. No one was injured.
The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) was among 91 communist parties from 73 countries around the world attending the 20th International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties (IMCWP) in Athens, Greece from November 23 – 25.
The people of Macedonia voted in a referendum on Sunday on whether to change its name to ‘Republic of North Macedonia’, a move that would resolve a decades-old dispute with Greece which had blocked its membership bids for the European Union and NATO.
The upcoming visit to Greece by Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh from July 1-2 will help open up a new development era for the two countries, with more and bigger cooperation opportunities to meet their potential and aspirations.
VMRO-DPMNE, the largest opposition party of Macedonia, called on the citizens of the country to participate in a rally opposing a treaty with Greece on a new name of the former Yugoslav republic.
Concerns about a Greek bailout, early Italian elections and comments by the European Central Bank chief about the need for continued stimulus all kept the euro under pressure on Tuesday.
PSNews-The Vietnamese Embassy in Greece in cooperation with Alkyonis Cinema in Athens held a free screening program to introduce the film “Viet Kostas”, featuring the just war of the Vietnamese army and people for national independence and freedom.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked the Vietnamese and Greek governments to boost ties across marine-based economy, maritime navigation, shipbuilding, agriculture and tourism, adding that Vietnam advocates enhancing ties with the European Union, including Greece.