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Athens News Agency: News in English, 07-06-03

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  • [01] Greece beats Hungary 2-0 in European qualifier
  • [02] KKE leader visits Karditsa

  • [01] Greece beats Hungary 2-0 in European qualifier

    The Greek national soccer team beat Hungary 2-0 in a European Championship Group Three qualifying match played at the Pangritio Stadium in Crete on Saturday night. The goals were scored by Fanis Gekas (16) and Giourkas Seitaridis (29). In other matches played on Saturday for the same group, Bosnia edged Turkey 3-2 and Norway hammered Malta 4-0.

    Standings after six games played for each team:

    Greece 15 points

    Turkey 13

    Bosnia 10

    Norway 10

    Hungary 6

    Malta 4

    Moldova 2

    Greece will play its next match against Moldova on Wednesday, again at the Pangritio Stadium.

    Caption: Greek players celebrating their first goal against Hungary at the Pangritio Stadium on Saturday, June 2, 2007. ANA-MPA/STEFANOS RABANIS.

    [02] KKE leader visits Karditsa

    Communist Party of Greece (KKE) Secretary General Aleka Papariga addressed a press conference in Karditsa, central Greece, on Sunday and criticised both mainstream parties for their policies, as well as the small Coalition of the Left, Movements and Ecology party.

    Referring to the ruling New Democracy party, Papariga said "ND is doing what its historic class role is dictating to it. To serve with consistency, regardless of the level of its capability, capital, Greek, European and international."

    As regards the main opposition PASOK party, the KKE leader said "it is trying to convince that it will safeguard the social economy of the market" and pointed out that "this model has never existed and it never will."

    Lastly, commenting on the Coalition party, Papariga said that it has a programme that is distinguished for its small differences with socialdemocracy and, referring to two-party rule, stressed that "we are struggling and working for an alliance and cooperation from the point of view of principles."

    Caption: ANA-MPA file photo of KKE Secretary General Aleka Papariga.

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