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Tsipras: Mitsotakis will be begging Mickoski not to reject the Prespa Agreement

The former Prime Minister of Greece and now the leader of the opposition party SYRIZA, Alexis Tsipras, during the debate about the new immigrant asylum law at the Greek Parliament, as he spoke about national issues also spoke about the Prespa AGreement, stating that they are proud of the solution that was achieved between both countries. Parallel to that...

Tsipras: Fake news escalated with the implementation of the Prespa Agreement

At the press conference in Skopje, besides building bridges and the benefits of the two countries becoming closer, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spoke about the issue with fake news in regards to the Prespa Agreement. According to Tsipras, "in the past months of implementing the agreement, the issue of fake news has become noticeable. " “In the past months, while...

Tzipras will visit Skopje on the 2nd of April, Greek media reports

The previously announced visit by the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to Macedonia will occur on the 2nd of April, Tuesday, informs Greek media. it will be a first official visit by a Greek prime minister to this country. Tsipras will be leading a delegation consisting of members of his cabinet and representatives of the Greek business community. Last week,...

Zaev and Tsipras will be awarded in Munich

Starting from today and until Sunday, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev will attend this year's Security Conference in Munich. At the event, there will be a joint discussion regarding Republic of North Macedonia and Republic of Greece where the main speakers on the panel will be prime ministers Zoran Zaev and Alexis Tsipras. "This panel discussion at the Munich Security Conference...

Zaev and Tsipras will meet at the Munich Security Conference

The Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and his Greek colleague Alexis Tsipras will have a meeting at the Munich Security Conference that will happen between 15 and the 17th of February, informs the Greek newspaper Kathimerini. Zaev and Tsipras, as a recognition for the efforts in solving the dispute, will be awarded with the Ewald von Kleist prestigious award,...

President of the EP Tajani, is opposing Zaev and Tsipras’ Nobel Prize nomination

The President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani and the Deputy President of the European People's Parties (EPP) don't support the nomination of Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev for a Nobel Prize for Peace informs the Greek news outlet iEfimerida. At the session of the Bureau of EPP in Athens, he explained that as a Deputy- President of the...

Zaev and Tsipras to receive award at the Munich Security Conference

This year, the Ewald von Kleist Award at the Munich Security Conference will be awarded to Zoran Zaev and Alexis Tsipras for the Prespa Agreement, Deutsche Welle reported in Greek. Conference Chairman Wolfgang Ischinger on his official Twitter account on Jan 25th, shortly after the Prespa Agreement was ratified by Greek Parliament, wrote that "the two prime ministers will be invited...

Zaev: Congratulations my friend Alexis Tsipras, together with our peoples we reached a historic victory

Congratulations my friend Alexis Tsipras, together with our peoples we reached a historic victory, wrote Prime Minister Zoran Zaev on his Facebook page, regarding the ratification of the Prespa Agreement at the Greek Parliament. "Long live the Prespa Agreement! For eternal peace and progress of the Balkans and in Europe!" wrote Zaev in his address. With 153 MPs in favor, today...

Greece will be requesting from the UN an additional anex in the Prespa Agreement regarding the Macedonian language

After the great storm in Greece that was caused by the statements issued at the Parliament by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev about the learning of the Macedonian language in Greece, about its use, about "Aegean Macedonia", according to Greek media, Athens will fight the battle on international grounds. Iefimerida from Athens writes that now that the government in Athens...

Tsipras will mark the end of the Greek economic Odyssey with TV address

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras will have a TV address to the nation today on the occassion of the end of the country’s financial crisis. Tsipras symbolically chose Ithaca island in the Ionian Sea, the home of Odysseus, which he struggles to find in his well known aruduous 10-year journey after the Trojan War. With it Tsipras will mark the...

Tsipras: Name issue must be resolved before our tiny neighbour joins NATO, EU

The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has repeated today that the name dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) must be resolved before the tiny Balkan neighbor can join the European Union and NATO, reports the Greek daily newspaper "Kathimerini." Speaking during a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić ahead of a trilateral summit...

Trilateral meeting Tsipras – Vučić – Borisov in Thessaloniki, Macedonia will be one of the topics

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Thursday in Thessaloniki, reports the Greek news agency ANA-MPA. Tsipras and Vučić will participate in the Greek-Serbian high-Level Cooperation Council, after which they will give a joint statement. After the meeting with the Serbian President, Tsipras will meet with his Bulgarian counterpart in...

Tsipras requires more assistance, facilitation and efficiency from the EU for the refugee crisis

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras criticized the European Union for the delay of resolving the refugee crisis. “The EU moves at such a slow rhythm, even though their decisions are in the right place”, stressed Prime Minister Tsipras after the emergency EU summit in Brussels, commenting that the European Union faces an existential problem that must be solved through solidarity and...

Alexis Tsiparis sworn in as new Prime Minister of Greece

Alexis Tsipras officially began his second term as Prime Minister. Tonight he is at the presidential palace in Athens, and is being sworn in as the new Prime Minister. The new composition of the coalition government SYRIZA - Independent Greeks are expected to be announced shortly and the new government to be sworn in and start working tomorrow or at...

Tsipras clashes with SYRIZA MPs before the coming vote in Parliament

In an environment full of obstacles and mutiny in the ranks of SYRIZA and announcements for protests in the streets, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras submitted in front of the National Assembly the new three-year agreement with Greece’s creditors. There is optimism that the agreement will get a green light by Friday morning. The agreement that will open the country to...

Part of SYRIZA requests Tsipras to cancel the agreement with the EU

Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis requests Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to withdraw the agreement with creditors before making final decisions in the Parliament. Lafazanis, who from the beginning is a sharp opponent of the demands and proposals of the European institutions and considers measures humiliating, said in his written decision that the agreement is unacceptable and goes against the national will...

Tsipras: The agreement is hard, but the worst case scenario for Greece was avoided

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras returns to Greece with a commitment the Greek Parliament to vote on the whole list conditions and priority actions agreed at the 17 hours of negotiations on a new Greek assistance in Brussels until Wednesday. Plan B for Greece’s exclusion from the Eurozone is avoided, but for Greece to proceed to negotiations and the payment...

Greece won’t miss the deadline of the EU

After yesterday's summit in Brussels, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras headed towards Strasbourg, where he addressed the European Parliament and explain the position of his country. Tsipras said that his country had become "a laboratory for the austerity measures." - Rescue plan is in force for five years. In no other country the austerity program lasted so long - he reminded. Tsipras...

Tsipras before the key 48 hours

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is facing the most intense 48 hours in his prime ministerial career. Torn between the Greek "no" to the rigorous measures, pressures from the extreme wing of SYRIZA not to accept European pressures, agreement and promise to most of the Greek political forces that an agreement that will keep the country in the Eurozone...

Full Greek proposal tomorrow?

According to unofficial information, Greece today didn’t submit new proposals to creditors. Greek media cite government sources and report that Greece submitted the proposals of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras from last week to the negotiating table of the Eurogroup, which at that point were not considered because the finance ministers said they would await the outcome of the referendum...