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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 17-01-16

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

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  • [01] Greece should be included in quantitative easing programme immediately, Digital Policy Minister Pappas tells ANA
  • [02] Greece on the focus of Mediterranean Panorama in Stockholm

  • [01] Greece should be included in quantitative easing programme immediately, Digital Policy Minister Pappas tells ANA

    The tender for the TV licences will be conducted according to the existing law. The procedure restarts normally, noted Digital Policy Minister Nikos Pappas to Athens Macedonian News Agency.

    On the second review of the Greek programme, Pappas said that the government's plan does not change. "We will intensify our political and diplomatic efforts and we will open a political dialogue.

    Asked on German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble's recent statements, Pappas pointed out the danger to prevail the views that want new delays. He noted that IMF has highly contributed in the up to date delays adding that the Fund that appears to have objections over the course of the programme "should decide soon what it wants ".

    [02] Greece on the focus of Mediterranean Panorama in Stockholm

    The Mediterranean Panorama exhibition will be organized by North Events on March 17-19, 2017, in Stockholm. It is expected to be the largest tourism fair in Sweden and one of the largest and most dynamic ones in the Scandinavian market.

    The Mediterranean Panorama will be held in an area of 8,000 sq.m. at the Exhibition Centre of Stockholm, Stockholmsmässan, and will incorporate the Grekland Panorama, which recorded a great success in the last three years with more than 11,000 visitors.

    The main pillar of the Mediterranean Panorama will be Greece, but it also will promote a series of other destinations in the Mediterranean - including Croatia, Malta, Portugal, Cyprus, Tunisia, Israel, Italy, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, Montenegro and Turkey.

    "This is very important for Greek Tourism as the Scandinavian market is among the most important ones," North Events managing director Leonidas Babanis said in statements to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency.


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