World Travel Awards 2018: Grec Tourim reprend plusieurs prix

La Grèce a reçu une série de prix internationaux (hôtels, organisations, sociétés de gestion, etc.) au World Travel Awards de cette année (WTA), lors de la cérémonie Grande Finale Gala 2018 qui a eu lieu dans la cour historique da Galé à Lisbonne.

Des centaines de personnalités de haut l'industrie du Voyage et du tourisme ont assisté à la cérémonie de remise des prix WTA, qui a eu lieu chaque année depuis 1993, reconnaître et récompenser l'excellence dans tous les secteurs du tourisme dans le monde entier.

Aristi Mountain Resort & Villas a reçu le titre de meilleur éco-hébergement dans le monde, tandis que HotelBrain a été choisi comme la société de gestion supérieure de l'hôtel pour 2018.
Athènes était la destination de pause urbaine en Europe et l'Acropole a pris le prix comme l'attraction de l'Europe pour 2018, le Péloponnèse comme la meilleure destination de plage, l'Organisation nationale du tourisme grec (GNTO) comme le meilleur fournisseur de stratégie touristique nationale, Egée comme la meilleure compagnie aérienne régionale et le Grand Resort Lagonissi a remporté le premier prix européen dans la catégorie de villégiature de luxe et de villégiature de luxe Voyage de noce.

Les entreprises grecques suivantes, destinations, et les hôtels ont reçu les honneurs européens ...

Plage principale destination de l'Europe 2018 | Péloponnèse
Leading Plage Hôtel de l'Europe 2018 | Porto Villas Zante & Spa
Leading Boutique Hôtel de l'Europe 2018 | Kivotos Mykonos
Leading City Break Destination de l'Europe 2018 | Athena
Société de gestion de destination de l'Europe 2018 | Moyen-Orient Voyage dans le monde entier
Leading Hôtel Management Company de l'Europe 2018 | Brain Hôtel
Propriétés de Luxe Island Resort de l'Europe 2018 | Grand Resort Lagonissi
Leading Resort Luxury Lifestyle de l'Europe 2018 | Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Porto Heli
Leading Luxury Villa Resort de l'Europe 2018 | Elounda Beach Hôtel & villas
Leading Resort de mariage de luxe de l'Europe 2018 | Grand Resort Lagonissi
Stratégie touristique nationale leader de l'Europe & Campagne 2018 | GNTO
Leading New Resort Europe 2018 | Lesante Blu Exclusive Beach Resort
Première compagnie aérienne régionale de l'Europe 2018 | Aegean Airlines
Leading Seafront Resort en Europe 2018 | Elounda Bay Palace
Leading Attraction touristique de l'Europe 2018 | Acropole
Leading Villa Resort Europe 2018 | Porto Villas Zante & Spa

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NASA de collaborer officiellement avec l'Agence spatiale hellénique

Des représentants de l'Agence spatiale hellénique ont participé au Congrès international d'astronautique tenu à Brême.

La conférence a décidé à l'unanimité de coopérer avec les agences spatiales dans le monde entier pour préparer et mettre en œuvre une mission internationale à la Lune.

La NASA est le chef de cette mission internationale et la Grèce participera à la mission démontrant qu'il est un partenaire égal dans les événements de l'espace et qu'il peut favoriser les scientifiques grecs et les établissements universitaires grecs vers les principales missions.

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ÉLECTION 2018: ET MAINTENANT? des élus grecs américains, Par Endy Zemenides

PART III

On more than one occasion, I have heard Greek-American voters claim that they look for Greek names on the ballot and just check the box. We are not unique in that practice – for example, having an Irish surname on a down-ballot race in Cook County, Illinois almost guarantees you election. As we are at an inflection point in our community’s history, we should consider more than ethnic pride when thinking about the Greek-Americans we are electing to office. We have been fortunate with the Hellenes we have in the United States Congress – and I wrote about them in a previous piece. Let us shift our attention to elected officials at the state and local level.

Elected officials have unique opportunities to be leaders in the Greek-American community: they have relationships with and access to colleagues in their respective congressional delegations; they can help place more Hellenes in publicly influential positions – not in the narrow patronage sense, but by endorsing them for other elected positions, backing them for board appointments, or populating their senior staff with well-qualified Greek-Americans; they can open doors for Greece and Cyprus with governors and mayors around the country, relationships that can lead to significant commercial diplomacy and sharing of best practices – especially relevant as Greece remakes its public sector and regional policies. There have been great examples of Greek-American state officials stepping up in such manners. If one wonders how members of the Rhode Island Congressional delegation – including the top Democratic Senator on defense issues, Jack Reed, and one of the most pro-Hellenic members of Congress, Representative David Cicilline – became such philhellenes, we don’t have to go search beyond the late George Panichas, Rhode Island’s first Greek-American state official. Statewide officials have even greater reach and influence. When Alexi Giannoulias served as Illinois State Treasurer, the membership of Illinois members of Congress in the Hellenic caucus increased significantly, Senator Dick Durbin became much more active in Hellenic issues, and the state and local Democratic party organizations started endorsing more Greek-American candidates.

Despite efforts by Greece to organize state and local Greek-American elected officials, the above standard has not been met on even a respectable level. This “organization” makes sure these officials get to Greece, and sometimes some resolutions on religious freedom or Greek Independence Day get passed at the state level – but we have to aim higher than that. And this is where the incoming class of Greek-American state officials is promising. There is not enough space in this column to cover every local Greek-American official, but here are some who won significant races in 2018 and show special promise in helping us aim higher as a community.

Starting on the Pacific, Eleni Kounalakis became the first Greek-American female to gain statewide elected office in California, as she was convincingly elected the state’s Lieutenant Governor. Her and her family’s commitment to the Greek-American community and to Greece itself has been well established. Now she has a platform that can make an even greater impact on these fronts. Greece’s economic strategy includes developing a film industry, a more robust start up sector, and further opportunities in the renewable energy sector. Imagine what doors the Lieutenant Governor-elect can help open in Hollywood, in Silicon Valley and at some of the top solar and wind companies in the world. Par ailleurs, she is now an elected colleagues et political ally of the likely Speaker of the House of Representatives (Nancy Pelosi), the Chairman of the Intelligence Committee (Adam Schiff), and of a potential presidential candidate (Senator Kamala Harris).

Coming to the Midwest, we narrowly lost the chance to see the first ever Greek-American to take statewide office, as former Congressman Zack Space came up short in his bid for State Auditor. Given Ohio’s outsized role in Presidential elections, having a Greek-American statewide official (with a historically close relationship with the community) would have been a great asset in the 2020 élection. Space, cependant, will still play a role in Ohio politics. He remains close to Senator Sherrod Brown (another potential presidential candidate), high profile Congressman Tim Ryan, will be writing a regular column in Ohio newspapers, launching a podcast, and doing grassroots organizing – all with the purpose of drawing back the FDR Democrats (that were part of his base as Congressman) to the party. En 2020, Ohio will be critical in both the Democratic primary and the general election. Space’s support could help a candidate break through to white working-class voters, and despite not gaining statewide office he remains an asset the Greek-American community should cultivate.

Ending on the East Coast, two young Greek-Americans flipped control of the New York State Senate to the Democratic Party. Andrew Gounardes has been an especially active member of the community and has already been more active in terms of advocacy on Hellenic issues than most state and local Greek-American elected officials in the United States. He knows the issues, has always shown up, and has a strong familial commitment to the Church. His new Senate colleague – jumping over from the State Assembly – is James Skoufis, who gives New York’s Greek-American community a champion outside the immediate environs of New York City. Skoufis has already enjoyed a quick rise in New York politics, and is often mentioned as a successor for Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, who for the past few years has appeared to be looking to move on from the House of Representatives. Together with Senator Mike Gianaris – who will soon become the second-most powerful Democrat in the state Senate – and Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, Gounardes and Skoufis will be part of a potentially potent Greek-American team in New York’s state capital. Combine these elected officials with George Tsunis – the chairman of the Nassau Health Care Corp and of the Battery Park City Authority, and clearly one of New York’s most important power brokers, and local officials like New York City Council member Costas Constantinides and Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, there is no question that an increasingly blue New York will be guided by a new generation of Greek-American leaders.

**** Endy Zemenides is the Executive Director of the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC)

On more than one occasion, I have heard Greek-American voters claim that they look for Greek names on the ballot and just check the box. We are not unique in that practice – for example, having an Irish surname on a down-ballot race in Cook County, Illinois almost guarantees you election. As we are at an inflection point in our community’s history, we should consider more than ethnic pride when thinking about the Greek-Americans we are electing to office. We have been fortunate with the Hellenes we have in the United States Congress – and I wrote about them in a previous piece. Let us shift our attention to elected officials at the state and local level.

Elected officials have unique opportunities to be leaders in the Greek-American community: they have relationships with and access to colleagues in their respective congressional delegations; they can help place more Hellenes in publicly influential positions – not in the narrow patronage sense, but by endorsing them for other elected positions, backing them for board appointments, or populating their senior staff with well-qualified Greek-Americans; they can open doors for Greece and Cyprus with governors and mayors around the country, relationships that can lead to significant commercial diplomacy and sharing of best practices – especially relevant as Greece remakes its public sector and regional policies. There have been great examples of Greek-American state officials stepping up in such manners. If one wonders how members of the Rhode Island Congressional delegation – including the top Democratic Senator on defense issues, Jack Reed, and one of the most pro-Hellenic members of Congress, Representative David Cicilline – became such philhellenes, we don’t have to go search beyond the late George Panichas, Rhode Island’s first Greek-American state official. Statewide officials have even greater reach and influence. When Alexi Giannoulias served as Illinois State Treasurer, the membership of Illinois members of Congress in the Hellenic caucus increased significantly, Senator Dick Durbin became much more active in Hellenic issues, and the state and local Democratic party organizations started endorsing more Greek-American candidates.

Despite efforts by Greece to organize state and local Greek-American elected officials, the above standard has not been met on even a respectable level. This “organization” makes sure these officials get to Greece, and sometimes some resolutions on religious freedom or Greek Independence Day get passed at the state level – but we have to aim higher than that. And this is where the incoming class of Greek-American state officials is promising. There is not enough space in this column to cover every local Greek-American official, but here are some who won significant races in 2018 and show special promise in helping us aim higher as a community.

Starting on the Pacific, Eleni Kounalakis became the first Greek-American female to gain statewide elected office in California, as she was convincingly elected the state’s Lieutenant Governor. Her and her family’s commitment to the Greek-American community and to Greece itself has been well established. Now she has a platform that can make an even greater impact on these fronts. Greece’s economic strategy includes developing a film industry, a more robust start up sector, and further opportunities in the renewable energy sector. Imagine what doors the Lieutenant Governor-elect can help open in Hollywood, in Silicon Valley and at some of the top solar and wind companies in the world. Par ailleurs, she is now an elected colleagues et political ally of the likely Speaker of the House of Representatives (Nancy Pelosi), the Chairman of the Intelligence Committee (Adam Schiff), and of a potential presidential candidate (Senator Kamala Harris).

Coming to the Midwest, we narrowly lost the chance to see the first ever Greek-American to take statewide office, as former Congressman Zack Space came up short in his bid for State Auditor. Given Ohio’s outsized role in Presidential elections, having a Greek-American statewide official (with a historically close relationship with the community) would have been a great asset in the 2020 élection. Space, cependant, will still play a role in Ohio politics. He remains close to Senator Sherrod Brown (another potential presidential candidate), high profile Congressman Tim Ryan, will be writing a regular column in Ohio newspapers, launching a podcast, and doing grassroots organizing – all with the purpose of drawing back the FDR Democrats (that were part of his base as Congressman) to the party. En 2020, Ohio will be critical in both the Democratic primary and the general election. Space’s support could help a candidate break through to white working-class voters, and despite not gaining statewide office he remains an asset the Greek-American community should cultivate.

Ending on the East Coast, two young Greek-Americans flipped control of the New York State Senate to the Democratic Party. Andrew Gounardes has been an especially active member of the community and has already been more active in terms of advocacy on Hellenic issues than most state and local Greek-American elected officials in the United States. He knows the issues, has always shown up, and has a strong familial commitment to the Church. His new Senate colleague – jumping over from the State Assembly – is James Skoufis, who gives New York’s Greek-American community a champion outside the immediate environs of New York City. Skoufis has already enjoyed a quick rise in New York politics, and is often mentioned as a successor for Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, who for the past few years has appeared to be looking to move on from the House of Representatives. Together with Senator Mike Gianaris – who will soon become the second-most powerful Democrat in the state Senate – and Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, Gounardes and Skoufis will be part of a potentially potent Greek-American team in New York’s state capital. Combine these elected officials with George Tsunis – the chairman of the Nassau Health Care Corp and of the Battery Park City Authority, and clearly one of New York’s most important power brokers, and local officials like New York City Council member Costas Constantinides and Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, there is no question that an increasingly blue New York will be guided by a new generation of Greek-American leaders.

**** Endy Zemenides is the Executive Director of the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC)

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tourisme de mariage: Santorin parmi le haut du monde 2019 destinations

Quelles sont les dernières tendances de mariage de destination et lune de miel que nous nous engageons dans 2019? Voici ce qui se passe selon Renée Strauss et Pamela Strauss-Goldman, les co-fondateurs de Wedaways.com.

Voici ce qu'il faut savoir:

patrimoine Retour: l'un des meilleurs initiateurs d'un mariage aujourd'hui de destination est ce qu'on appelle « retour du patrimoine ». Le mariage sera souvent la première occasion d'un couple doit retourner dans leur pays d'origine (ou la terre d'origine pour l'un des partenaires). Voilà pourquoi l'Irlande et l'Italie sont très populaires pour les mariages.

Destinations les plus populaires de mariage: les destinations de mariage les plus populaires sont la Toscane, Italie; Côte amalfitaine, Italie; Provence, France; Paris, France; Comté de Kildare, Irlande; County Waterford, Irlande; Marrakech, Maroc; et Napa Valley, Californie.

Destinations de lune de miel gagne en popularité: Wedaways voit de plus en plus de demandes pour les lunes de miel à Marrakech, Maroc; Santorin, Grèce; Algarve, Portugal; Alpes suisses.

Réservation à l'avance: Les couples commencent le processus de réservation pour un mariage de destination environ 15 mois et seuls 5 mois sur la lune de miel.

Les clients Assister Sur la base Destination: Les clients décident souvent de participer en fonction de la destination par rapport si elles veulent vraiment voir le couple wed!

Voyages de planification pré-mariage sont à la hausse: Les couples prennent le temps et dépenser l'argent pour visiter la destination et le lieu avant la date de mariage. Ils veulent voir et sentir l'expérience globale des sites afin qu'ils puissent planifier en conséquence autour.

Les clients de mariage sont pré-réservation- Séjours et post-mariage: Parce que les clients voyagent de longues distances pour assister à un mariage, ils profitent de la possibilité de construire leur propre Voyage dans le voyage. Wedaways voit de nombreux invités, soit au départ pour la destination plus tôt ou rester après l'événement. Les clients sont des chronogrammes une croisière pour coïncider avec le mariage, allant du mariage à un safari, ou un voyage pittoresque dans et autour de la destination de mariage.

Moins de couples veulent Tout préemballés: Même si un couple peut-être aller dans un hôtel ou centre de villégiature qui se spécialise dans les mariages de destination et propose un forfait de mariage, la plupart ne veulent pas une expérience « emporte-pièce » et ont tendance à rester à l'écart d'un hôtel de « paquet de mariage. » Ils recherchent des planificateurs de mariage préférés dans la destination afin d'assurer une expérience sur mesure.

Il est pas seulement un mariage, Il est une fête de plusieurs jours: un mariage de destination est bien plus que le jour du mariage réelle. Les couples sont maintenant y compris des itinéraires dans les sacs de bienvenue de l'invité qui incluent des détails sur tous les événements, les clients peuvent participer ainsi que des suggestions et des options d'activités vous pourrez faire pour mieux l'expérience que destination particulière en quelques jours pour la célébration de mariage.

Authentique Destination Cadeaux invités: Les couples sont invités après des cadeaux authentiques qui représentent la destination du mariage par rapport à quelque chose de générique. Par exemple, pour un mariage récent au Japon, un couple a distribué les fans de soie japonais magnifiques pour leurs invités comme souvenir.

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Élection 2018: Et maintenant? PARTIE I: Qui se déplace à la Chambre

Gains for the Community as number of Greek Americans in Congress increased – Senator Menendez re-elected, disaster averted!

Chicago.- Par Endy Zemenides

PARTIE I: Qui se déplace à la Chambre

There was quite a bit of celebration in the Hellenic world over the results of Tuesday’s midterm elections. Kathimerini declared it a “Good Day for Hellenism in America”. Several media outlets noted the reelection of the Hellenes in the House of Representatives – Gus Bilirakis, John Sarbanes, and Dina Titus – as well of the swelling of their ranks with the election of Chris Pappas of New Hampshire to the House. Hellenes around the world were elated over the reelection of Senator Bob Menendez. And the emergence of newly elected leaders at the state level – former Ambassador Eleni Kounalakis became the first Greek-American female to be elected to statewide office (Lieutenant Governor) in California, Andrew Gounardes and James Skoufis were elected to New York State Senate, flipping control of the Senate to the Democratic Party in that State.

Was it vraiment a good day for Hellenism in America? To answer that question, we must take a far deeper dive than anyone has yet and expand the analysis beyond the races above.

DISASTER AVERTED

En 2006, the community faced the loss of its greatest champion in Washington, D.C. – Senator Paul Sarbanes. At the PSEKA Conference after announcing his retirement, Senator Sarbanes told Greek-American leaders that there was someone more than ready to fill his shoes and that the most important thing they could do in 2006 was re-elect Bob Menendez to the US Senate. 12 years and a few election cycles later, that admonition stayed true. Most of the community and too many in Greece were far too casual about the prospect of losing Senator Menendez – a champion who has played a disproportionate role in laying the foundations for the successes the Hellenic agenda is realizing in Washington today. Heureusement, enough of us were vigilant and Bob Menendez was ultimately reelected by a comfortable margin. He remains the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and one of the country’s most influential policy makers when it comes to American foreign policy.

We experienced another flash of danger when Congressman Gus Bilirakis – co-chairman both the Congressional Hellenic Caucus and the Congressional Hellenic-Israel Alliance (CHIA) Caucus – faced a surging challenger. Encore une fois, just enough Hellenes rallied and Congressman Bilirakis was able to put away his challenger early Tuesday evening.

These two examples should serve as cautionary tales. Malheureusement, not enough people in the diaspora and certainly not enough in Greece and Cyprus fully appreciate what a catastrophe losing either of these members of Congress would have been. Especially in Greece and Cyprus there is a tremendous underappreciation of the role of Congress in American foreign policy. Since both Athens and Nicosia have often declared their intention to emulate the model of Israel and the pro-Israel community in the US, they should start with understanding and interacting with Congress much better than they ever have. Alors, let’s turn to the incoming Congress.

Hellenism and the 116e Congrès

On January 3, 2019, the new Congress will be sworn in. It is widely and safely presumed that Nancy Pelosi will retake the mantle of the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Jusqu'ici, there is no discussion for any of the Greek-American Members of Congress seizing one of the official leadership roles, but there are certain Hellenic angles to those races as well. Congressman David Cicilline of Rhode Island – a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee who authored the “End the Cyprus Arms Embargo Act” in the House as well as restrictions against F35 jet transfers to Turkey, has declared a run for Assistant Majority Leader. Beyond his established leadership on Hellenic issues, Congressman Cicilline has a Greek-American Chief of Staff, Peter Karafotas. Congresswoman Cheri Bustos of Illinois – who has quickly established a very close relationship with her state’s Greek-American community and has been incorporating young Greek Americans into her “Build the Bench” program – is pursuing the chairmanship of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. In addition to Bustos’ relationships, her top finance staffer is a Greek-American, Denise Mousouris.

There were a few significant losses due to retirement. Niki Tsongas, a six term Democratic member of Massachusetts who served on the Armed Services Committee (and the wife of the late Paul Tsongas), retired. An even greater loss will be felt by the Republican retirements of Ed Royce – the Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee – and of Ileana Ros-Lehtinen – the Chairman Emeritus of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. We have had a decade long run of active pro-Hellenic Chairmen and ranking Members on the House Foreign Affairs Committee. We do not yet know which Republican will take the mantle of ranking member, but there is a good chance that this streak will end.

On the majority side, Eliot Engel will be the new House Foreign Affairs chairman. Congressman Engel has long been close to the community and our issues. The first piece of legislation that he authored was on the humanitarian issue of the missing and Cyprus – which through the threat of sanctions brought about more movement on this issue than any other initiative. He broke tradition – of chairmen/ranking members not joining caucuses – and immediately joined the CHIA Caucus. And he was the author of the Turkey Christian Churches Accountability Act. Yet one other policy priority of Congressman Engel – he is among the most pro-Albanian members of Congress – bears watching as Greco-Albanian relations tense up.

The role of Ted Deutch in the next Congress should excite the community as well. Congressman Deutch, who with Congressman Bilirakis co-founded and co-chairs the CHIA caucus, is set to take the chairmanship of the Middle East and North Africa subcommittee. During his years as ranking member, Congressman Deutch has successfully pressured the State Department to consistently reaffirm US support for the Republic of Cyprus’ rights within its Exclusive Economic Zone, has elevated the amount of policy attention Greece and Cyprus get in terms of U.S. policy in the Eastern Mediterranean, and has become a leading voice for closer strategic relationships for the US and Greece and Cyprus. That he will be able to do this from the perch of chairman – and an increasingly more prominent and public profile – is significant.

*** NEXT WEEK: the US Senate

Endy Zemenides is the Executive Director of the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC)

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Grèce pour lancer e-Registre pour les bateaux de plaisance

Grèce lancera un e-Registre pour les bateaux de plaisance par une modification des dispositions légales, ainsi la modernisation du cadre juridique actuel. L'amendement devrait être fixé à un projet de loi sur les dépositaires centraux soumis jeudi.
La loi portant création d'un e-registre a été initialement adoptée en 2014 mais n'a jamais été mis en vigueur. les responsables du ministère des Finances a déclaré à l'inscription en fera partie de l'Autorité indépendante des recettes publiques (ADAE) et sera mis à jour avec la collaboration des citoyens, le ministère de la marine marchande et AADE.
Les responsables notent l'e-Registre va simplifier les procédures pour les propriétaires de bateaux et offrira des données statistiques pour soutenir le développement du tourisme maritime dans le pays.

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3.154 « visas d'or » émis en Grèce au cours 2018

Un total de 3.154 « Visas d'or » ont été émis par l'Etat grec aux investisseurs de pays tiers ou acheteurs de biens immobiliers cette année et jusqu'en Août 31, 2018, selon le ministère de la politique migratoire.

Les porteurs des acquis un permis de résidence « visa d'or » en Grèce et ont accès à d'autres pays de l'Union européenne.

L'initiative a débuté en 2013, avec 2.493 ces visas délivrés l'année dernière.

ressortissants chinois ont reçu le plus de visas, à 1.521; suivie par des ressortissants russes 438 et les ressortissants turcs 337.

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Tsipras assiste à un rassemblement des Américains grecs à New York

New York.- ANA-MPA

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent messages about Greece and its role on Wednesday during his speech at a reception held by the Greek consulate in New York.

“Thanks to the efforts of the Greek people, we managed to exit the regime of harsh surveillance. Today we are all determined to turn a page,” Tsipras stressed.

Expressing his gratitude to the Greek Americans for their important ceaseless efforts, Tsipras said that since 2016 he remembers their deep faith and their confidence that Greece could overcome the great difficulties and stand again on its feet.

The Greek people leave behind the difficult period that started in 2010, at-il dit. He added that the country has left behind the eight-year period when it lost a great part of its economic sovereignty and managed to become a normal country again.

Par ailleurs, at-il dit, Greece regained its lost geopolitical role and its importance as a country of stability in a more destabilized region. “Greece is playing a leading role in the Southeastern Mediterranean and Europe,» At-il souligné.

Honored by the

Global Hope Coalition

“In very difficult times, the Greek people have proved that they can show solidarity with those in need,” Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said late on Thursday at the Global Hope Coalition’s Annual Dinner, where he was awarded for Greece’s stance on the refugee crisis.

The prime minister noted that he accepted this award on behalf of the Greek people, because the citizens of Greece are those who deserve credit and praise. Especially on behalf of the people of the Greek islands, il a souligné, as they raised the heavy burden of all Europe on their shoulders in the difficult times of the refugee crisis.

“We are proud because at the time when other countries in Central Europe were building walls and fences, the Greeks opened their hearts,” he underlined.

“We are very proud of our history and the ideals it represents. But we are also proud of our present and the future,” the prime minister said. Because, as he added, “we have succeeded in demonstrating that solidarity and respect for human rights are always the right answer, even in the most difficult and demanding moments.”

“And if we choose to go on the opposite side, choose fear, hatred and xenophobia, then we are doomed,” because, as he added, “history must not be ignored and treated with a lack of respect.”

“We must act in harmony with the values that fueled the collective progress of each nation separately and of humanity as whole,” he said and added: “We owe it to our citizens, but especially to the next generations.”

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Le plaisir échangiste en haute mer de la mer Egée!

Le tourisme sexuel pour échangistes est une industrie à croissance rapide dans les îles grecques, avec l'agence de Voyage suédoise « Metsail » offrant les couples aventureux la chance de vivre leurs fantasmes à bord d'un yacht 8 jours à Rhodes. Le voyage en mer titillant prend les couples, habituellement entre 30 et 40 ans sur une route de Rhodes à Tilos-Agia Marina-Agios Nikolaos-Symi-Panormitis-Halki et Rhodes, et promet une très sensuelle, et une expérience inoubliable avec des services de luxe. Comme le site indique sur son site:
« Imaginez la passerelle débarquant et se sentir immédiatement en quelque sorte plus sexy et plus séduisante. Sentez-vous les regards des autres recommandables, comme si vous étiez une célébrité. En effet! Lorsque vous êtes l'une de ces croisières, c'est exactement comment il commence. L'atmosphère est élégante et sexy. Vous joindrez autres passagers partageant les mêmes idées prêts à se lancer dans une semaine délicieuse d'accomplissement fantastique. Bien sûr, tout le monde aime les saveurs différentes mais avec un groupe ce grand, il est facile de garantir que vous trouverez de nombreux autres couples comme vous « .

Les voyages échangistes, qui ont lieu sur des yachts pour un maximum de 6 couples voile tous les dimanches de Nea Marina. Selon le site, les dates disponibles sont pour 2019 entre Juin 16 et 23 à un taux de 1,350 Euros per person, Juillet 14-21 pour 1,670 par personne, Août 11-18 pour 1,820 et Septembre 16-23 pour 1,440. ed prend la
Dans le cadre des règles prévues sur le site aucun des hommes célibataires sont autorisés à prendre part tandis que les partenaires swapping sur le pont est interdit, à moins que le bateau est en haute mer sans autres navires autour, dans lequel tout cas va. Comme le dit le site: « activités Swinger ne sont pas autorisés sur le pont du navire de croisière échangiste, mais limité à des cabines et des lieux spécialement préparés à bord. Alors que nous sommes sur terre ou dans un port de plaisance, certaines activités de style de vie sont également limitées à la vie privée des cabines. Nos croisières échangistes ne sont pas des quêtes barbares ou perverses en Grèce. Alors que sur une croisière de vacances échangiste, il y aura beaucoup de possibilités à la fois pour avoir des relations sexuelles et d'être un touriste normale. Parce que nous ne voulons visiter toutes les attractions touristiques charmants, ne pas nous?"

Pendant que vous naviguez en haute mer, vous êtes un échangiste, et vous pouvez faire ce que vous aimez: flirter, toucher et les plus folles aventures sexuelles quand personne ne regarde autour. Cependant, une fois sur la terre, vous transformer en un touriste régulier. Vous pouvez vous promener et profiter de vos vacances sans que personne ne sache au sujet de l'autre partie de votre voyage. Profitez de visites incroyable, manger dans les restaurants merveilleux, danse dans les clubs haut, faire tout ce que le touriste moyen ne.

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Service de l'aviation civile de la Grèce dans la transformation radicale

The Greek Civil Aviation Service is about to be split into two completely separate bodies, after the issue of the Presidential Decrees, following a Parliamentary Act passed two years ago.

The first new body will be APA, the Independent Agency to which all 44 airports of Greece, both private and state-run will be appertained to.

The second body will be the Civil Aviation Service which will be the responsible Authority for management of the state-owned airports in Greece.

Among the new responsibilities of the Independent Agency APA will be the air traffic management that is growing fast due to the boost of the Greek Tourism, the aeronautical information services as well as meteorological, administrative and security services.

According to information, the two new bodies will employ 3,000 personnes.

Source: Nick Kampouris/greekreporter

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