In Athens on May 21th the IMTJ Medical Travel Summit by the auspices of Greece's Municipalities Union
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G. Patoulis, President of KEDE: "Health Tourism of Greece a Pillar for Growth on national level and a driving force for Greece's local societies"
The IMTJ Medical Travel Summit, the internationally recognized yearly conferenence of the International Medical Travel Journal, that meets on this very moment the growing needs of the promising to Gre...Read Full Post »
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The President of the Medical Association of Athens and the International Health Tourism Center G. Patoulis in Pristina for The Balkan Countries' Health Tourism Conference
The International Health Tourism Center (IHTC) had a sig...Read Full Post »
|Posted by moodhacker on March 18, 2018 at 8:00 AM||comments (0)|
Prince Charles and Camila Parker in Greece will come to Greece between 7 and 8 May.
The successor to the British throne received an invitation from the President of the Republic, Prokopis Pavlopoulos, and responded positively, although the palace will be preparing for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.Read Full Post »
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" Europe today has to confront the walls and the dividing lines that keep rising within its territory, and which are incompatible with our common European vision and the Europe of open borders and equal opportunities we have all dreamt of, and this, today brin...Read Full Post »
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It was the Greek government that chose to cut pensions to meet fiscal targets, not the creditors’ demand, not even suggestion, German Finance Minister Wofgang Schaeuble made clear in an interview published on Saturday July 1, releasing to the Greek people the dark side of the leftist government's handling of poverty and the new fiscal ...Read Full Post »
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By IMTJ, Ian Youngman
Ian Youngman considers the impact of the EU Package Travel Directive on medical tourism agencies and facilitators.
The EU Package Travel Directive (90/314/EEC) protects European consumers going on holiday and covers pre-arranged package holidays.
On 25 November 2015, the new Pack...Read Full Post »
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“We had a case of a 4-year-old girl who was raped. The mother did whatever was possible to report it. She was devastated and enraged,” said to Harvard University researchers a psychologist working in the camps in Athens.
The repulsve story among ...Read Full Post »
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PM Alexis Tsipras and his wife Bety Baziana in Rome , March 25th, the Greek National Independence Day , dressed both in the colours of Greek flag
Europe is not defending its own accomplishments, its heritage and social model and has surrendered to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which explains its existentia...Read Full Post »
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Pensions to be cut, Negotiotions with lenders dissapointing
The first day of negotiations on the bailout program review between Greece and creditors on Tuesday bore no results as the Greek side disagreed with the cost of the proposed measures and their implementation.
The Greek ministers who participated in the meetings at ...Read Full Post »
Latest #Turkish provocation by gunshots on #Farmakonisi to be discussed at Munich Security Conference by #Greek Defense Minister
|Posted by moodhacker on February 17, 2017 at 5:30 AM||comments (0)|
Greece once again faced the Turkish Navy provocations on Aegean waters on early Friday hours when the Turkish gunboat “Kusadasi” violated Greek waters and fired live ammunition shots while carrying out a gunnery exercise two miles east of Greek islet Farmakonisi in Eastern Aegean Sea ....Read Full Post »
|Posted by moodhacker on February 11, 2017 at 8:50 AM||comments (0)|
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said he believed the country's drawn-out bailout review would be completed positively but said Athens would not accept "illogical" demands by its lenders.
"We are ready to discuss anything within the framework of the (bailout) agreement and within r...Read Full Post »