Greece Today: "International Engagements and Financial Milestones"

Greece Today: "International Engagements and Financial Milestones"


Mitsotakis Attends European Conference in Bucharest and Meets Romanian Prime Minister: Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of New Democracy participated in a two-day conference held by the European People's Party in Bucharest. During the event, Mitsotakis had a meeting with the Prime Minister of Romania, Marcel Ciolacu, at the Romanian government headquarters. Later, Mitsotakis addressed the conference at noon, representing both Greece and New Democracy.

US Maintains Contact with Greece and Ukraine Amidst Russian Aggression: The United States, through State Department spokesman Matthew Miller, reaffirmed its continuous communication with Greece and Ukraine in the wake of the recent Russian attack on Odessa. Miller highlighted the urgent need for air defense systems for Ukraine and emphasized the importance of the US Congress taking action to support Ukraine against Russian aggression.

HFSF Successfully Completes Sale of Piraeus Bank Shares: The Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF) announced the successful completion of its sale of all shares in Piraeus Bank, totaling 1.35 billion euros. The Public Offering attracted significant interest from both Greek and foreign investors, demonstrating confidence in the Greek economy's banking sector. Andreas Verykios, President of the HFSF Board of Directors, expressed satisfaction with the outcome, emphasizing the positive response from international and Greek investors. CEO Elias Xirochakis highlighted the success as a strategic move for the Fund, marking the completion of the first phase of its divestment from systemic banks. "CE Reported used Athens-Macedonian for this article"


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