Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spoke with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the telephone earlier on Monday afternoon, the Greek government announced.
A press release from the premier’s office said the discussion focused on the negotiations for a Cyprus solution and the importance of finding a just and viable solution based on UN resolutions.
“In this context, they agreed to maintain…
On This Day
- 1824: Petrobey Mavromichalis formed a rival government to that of Georgios Kountouriotis, in Tripolis.
- 1992: Andreas Papandreou was acquitted by a 7-6 vote of a Special Court of the Bank of Crete scandal. His cohorts, Dimitris Tsovolas and Giorgos Petsos, were found guilty.
- 1996: PM Andreas Papandreou retired from office due to poor health.
- Births: Archbishop of Athens and all Greece Christodoulos (1939).
- Deaths: Dimitris Horn, actor (1998).
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