Arm points to existence of at least seven statues from Greek shipwreck, already the source of most extensive and exciting
In the following days, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and alternate Finance Minister George Chouliarakis will meet with the heads of the International Monetary Fund and of European institutions, in Washington, within the scope of the IMF Spring Summit. More specifically, on Friday, the Greek Ministers will meet with the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, the Eurogroup President, the French Finance Minister and the President of the European Central Bank. On Saturday, they will meet with Christine Lagarde, who has expressed her support to the Greek effort, and has clarified that the IMF no longer asks for further expenditure cuts.
Greece and its creditors seem to have come one step closer to reaching an agreement on a debt relief, Eurogroup President Mário Centeno stated. On his part, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici said that Greece’s bailout program will not be prolonged.
Intense talks in Washington on…
On This Day
- 1914: Louis Tikas, Greek-American labor organizer, was slain in the "Ludlow Massacre"
- 1946: Stelios Kyriakidis won the Boston Marathon with a record-breaking time of 2hr 29m 27s."
- 1961: Father Kosmas Aitolos was proclaimed a saint by the Eastern Orthodox Church.
- 2000: Panathinaikos defeated Maccabi 73-67 and won the Euroleague for the second time in their history.
- Births: Yiannis Gaitatzis, football player (1944).
- Deaths: Louis Tikas, Greek-American labour organiser (1914), Manolis Triantafyllidis, linguistic expert and Demotic language advocate (1959), Timos Perlegas, actor (1993), Nikos Rizos, actor (1999)
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Greek Cypriots are gearing up for a presidential runoff Sunday, barely seven months after the latest…