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Athens News Agency: News in English, 05-08-24

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

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  • [01] PM meets with Public Order minister ahead of TIF
  • [02] Public works minister visits new underground parking garage

  • [01] PM meets with Public Order minister ahead of TIF

    Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis met with Public Order Minister George Voulgarakis on Wednesday ahead of the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair (TIF).

    After the meeting, Voulgarakis said that talks with the prime minister centred on planned restructuring of Thessaloniki's police force, draft legislation regarding security studies centres and the minister's upcoming visit to China in order to discuss Greece's contribution and assistance ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

    Asked whether he had anything to add regarding the investigation into the plane crash that killed 121 people on August 14, Voulgarakis said that all findings so far have already been made public. He added that other authorities are responsible for the investigation and for discovering the causes that caused Helios Airways flight ZU 522 to crash into a mountain near Athens.

    [02] Public works minister visits new underground parking garage

    Environment, Town Planning and Public Works Minister George Souflias visited the new underground parking garage at Fix metro station that will operate in the upcoming weeks.

    The garage, with a capacity of 642 parking spaces, is the largest garage to be constructed at a metro station.

    Construction of the 6-storey garage cost 13.5 million and brings the total of parking spaces available at metro stations throughout the Greek capital to 2,100. Souflias said that the goal is to create a total of 5,000 parking spaces in nine metro stations by 2007.

    Parking garages will be constructed at the following stations: Nomismatokopeio, Eleona, Anthoupoli and Halandri.


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