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Athens News Agency: News in English, 05-07-27

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

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  • [01] PM, Development Minister and DEH president discuss company's growth
  • [02] Contracts for four considerable project studies signed in Patra in the presence of deputy culture minister

  • [01] PM, Development Minister and DEH president discuss company's growth

    Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis focused on the course and development of the Public Power Corporation (DEH) during his meeting with Development Minister Dimitris Sioufas and DEH President Ioannis Paleokrassas at Maximos Mansion on Wednesday.

    Sioufas undescored the fact that DEH has played and continues to play a significant role in the country's growth.

    He ruled out the possibility of DEH's privatisation, noting that the government has pledged that the state will maintain a 51% share in the company.

    Sioufas and Paleokrassas also stressed that PPC's back-up system worked effectively during the heatwaves, thus preventing power outages, and thanked citizens for complying with requests to limit use of electricity as well as employees and associated authorities for their work and commitment.

    [02] Contracts for four considerable project studies signed in Patra in the presence of deputy culture minister

    Contracts on the preparation of studies for four considerable projects to be carried out in the framework of the institution titled "Patra Cultural Capital of Europe 2006" were signed in Patra, western Greece, on Wednesday in the presence of Deputy Culture Minister Petros Tatoulis.

    The studies concern the consruction of an open theatre in the region of Riganocampos and the restoration of the former storehouses of ASO, the camping site at Agia and the old municipal hospital where cultural activities and events will be housed.

    The projects will cost 28.3 million euros, while Tatoulis announced that procedures are under way for the construction of the indoor theatre at the former "Ladopoulos" paper factory due to cost 33 million euros.

    The deputy minister also revealed that a total of 15 million euros will be provided for urban improvements in the city of Patra.


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