The Greek minister for national defence Panos Panagiotopoulos claimed that his official trip to Israel, which he undertook last week, was a successful one.continue reading
Frontex, the official border control agency of the European Union reported this week that so far some 23,000 illegal immigrants have been apprehended in Greece, since the beginning of the year.
The Greek minister for national defence Panos Panagiotopoulos claimed that his official trip to Israel, which he undertook last week, was a successful one.
The British Foreign Secretary and the First Secretary of State, William Hague was among a number of senior government officials who attended a meeting in the island nation of Cyprus this week.
The French and German media this week continued their attack against the volume of Greek defence spending.
A Greek oil tanker which was seized by pirates two days ago was traced to the coast of Nigeria on yesterday.
Nikolaos Dendias, the Greek Minister for Public Order and Citizen Protection today warned the nation that thousands of Syrian refugees are pouring in to the Mediterranean nation, despite heightened security at the border.
Cypriot authorities announced today that they have asked the British military for a formal explanation, over allegations that the British bases in the island provided support for the Syrian rebels.
In a surprising development which can bring a significant amount of relief to the embattled Greek defence firms, the US Armed Forces hinted that they may purchase the 40 mm L/60 artillery ammunition from a Greek firm.
The Mediterranean nation of Greece, which is reeling under a major financial crisis, is struggling to cut down its defence spending, which was ordered by the European Union.
300 soldiers dispatched to battle the forest fires near Mount Athos, as extra reinforcements arrive from Serbia
Large numbers of Greek and Serbian fire-fighters battled the forest fires near the United Nations World Heritage Site of Mount Athos today.