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Athens News Agency: News in English, 07-06-13

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  • [01] PM receives former US vice-president Gore in Athens

  • [01] PM receives former US vice-president Gore in Athens

    Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis on Wednesday received former US vice-president Al Gore, ahead of their addresses at high-profile event organised in the Greek capital on the environment.

    No statements were made after the private discussion. The event is organised by the Constantine Karamanlis Institute for Democracy.

    A day earlier, during an address to the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EBEA), Karamanlis said that reforms are a national issue and a "development process that is advancing far from inflexibilities and unrealistic ideas."

    He also underlined once again the importance of creative dialogue for the achievement of the government's reformist policy.

    EBEA gave awards for the 12th consecutive year to a group of able business people and firms who displayed remarkable business activity during the past year. The ceremony for the "Business Awards 2007" took place during an event held at the Athens Concert Hall-Megaron.

    Caption: Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis (L) with former US vice-president Al Gore in Athens on Wednesday, June 13, 2007. ANA-MPA / G. ANTONIOU.

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