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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-08-31

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Political change needed for national restructuring, ND leader Mitsotakis says
  • [02] Dukakis to speak at Delphi Economic Forum
  • [03] Thessaloniki edition of Monopoly to be presented at TIF
  • [04] Ancient theater of Delos opens after 2,000 years to host play on refugees

  • [01] Political change needed for national restructuring, ND leader Mitsotakis says

    The political change is a condition for the national restructuring of the country and New Democracy proposes an agreement of truth, its leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Wednesday.

    Mitsotakis underlined that the autumn comes with bad omens for the country and its citizens adding that the country is institutionally sinking and the citizens feel unsafe.

    [02] Dukakis to speak at Delphi Economic Forum

    Michael Dukakis, Democrats candidate for US presidency in 1988, is currently in Greece invited by the Delphi Economic Forum and is holding a series of meetings with the country's political leadership

    On Thursday, September 1, the Economic Forum of Delphi will organise a closed lunch during which the former governor of Massachusetts, Michael Dukakis, will deliver a speech at the Grande Bretagne Hotel.

    Ahead of the visit of Michael Dukakis in Athens, the President of the Economic Forum of Delphi Yiannis Thomatos said: "It is a great honour that Dukakis accepted our invitation to visit Greece. Dukakis, with great career and vast political experience, expressed in the best way the dynamism of the Greek diaspora which over time supports the country's interests abroad."

    Members of the Economic Forum Delphi and important representatives of the political and business world will participate in the forum. Dukakis is expected to express his views on Greece's recovery efforts and the problems in the international balance of power and the presidential election in the US.

    [03] Thessaloniki edition of Monopoly to be presented at TIF

    Monuments of Thessaloniki, hotels and popular buildings of the city along with sports centers and the International Exhibition and Congress Hall of Thessaloniki will be included in the Thessaloniki Monopoly edition that will premiere at the 81th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF). The legendary board game, adapted on the city's plan, invites TIF visitors to get acquainted with it on September 14.

    "We are very happy to host such an event. Thessaloniki is the second larger city of Greece and from now on will have a new special souvenir for which we, the residents of Thessaloniki, will be very proud of," said TIF CEO Kyriakos Pozrikidis.

    [04] Ancient theater of Delos opens after 2,000 years to host play on refugees

    The ancient theatre of Delos will revive after two thousand years of silence. The play, "Hecuba (Ekavi), a refugee in Delos," is organised by the Cyclades Antiquities Ephorate and the Municipality of Mykonos is a minimum contribution to the people's awareness on the refugees' tragedy that the human kind experiences and takes place in the waters of the Aegean.

    The play with Despina Bebedeli holding the leading role and directed by Nikos Karageorgos will take place on Friday and Saturday at 18:00.

    The ancient theatre of Delos was built in the 3rd century BC and hosted the largest feasts and events as well as the games of independent Delos.

    Due to the fact that the ancient theatre of Delos can't host a large number of people and lacks ordinary amenities, the play will be performed under the daylight and in front of a small audience that must follow strictly the orders of the Ephorate's staff.

    Information for reservations: 210 3250148


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