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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-12-04

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] U.S Secretary of State John Kerry in Athens on Friday
  • [02] Top archaeological body approves project for free Wi-Fi at 19 archaeological sites

  • [01] U.S Secretary of State John Kerry in Athens on Friday

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Athens on Friday, during the American official's one—day visit to the Greece. The meeting will take place at 11.40 (local time) at Maximos Mansion.

    Kerry will then meet with Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias at the ministry at 12.30. Following the expanded talks between the two delegations, the two ministers will make joint statements to media at about 13:35.

    The main issues to be discussed will be the Cypriot issue, Greek-Turkish relations which acquire more importance following the Russian-Turkish tensions, the issue of security following the Paris attacks.Another major topic of discussion will developments in energy.

    [02] Top archaeological body approves project for free Wi-Fi at 19 archaeological sites

    A proposal by Greek telecom company Cosmote to provide free Wi-Fi to visitors of 19 major archaeological sites and museums around the country was given the green light by the Central Archaeological Council (CAC), Greece's highest advisory body on the country's cultural heritage.

    According to the proposal, Cosmote will undertake the design and studies for the development of the infrastructure network, the installation and construction costs, as well as the supervision of operation and maintenance. The company will prepare an on-site study which will be submitted for approval to the Ministry of Culture.

    The project concerns the archaeological site of Akrotiri in Santorini, Delos, the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights in Rhodes, the Byzantine and Christian Museum of Athens, the National Archaeological Museum, the Acropolis, Ancient Olympia, the Archaeological Museum of Iraklion, the Acropolis of Lindos, Knossos, Delphi, Epidaurus, Sounion, the Acropolis of Mycenae, the island of Spinalonga, the Royal Tombs of Aigai in Vergina, Dodona, ancient Corinth and the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.


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