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Athens News Agency: News in English, 05-11-02

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

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  • [01] PASOK leader meets with Bulgarian and Romanian presidents
  • [02] Gov't earmarks 49.4 mln euros to support research

  • [01] PASOK leader meets with Bulgarian and Romanian presidents

    Main opposition PASOK President George Papandreou met separately with Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov and Romanian President Traian Basescu following the ratification of the two countries' EU accession treaties by the Greek Parliament on Wednesday.

    After the meetings, Papandreou said he was satisfied with the progress both countries have made and noted that the Thessaloniki Summit, held in 2003 during the Greek EU Presidency, "laid the foundations for the Balkan countries' accession course."

    "[Accession] will create good neighbours who will respect our friendship and human rights and will reduce fanaticism and tensions," Papandreou said, adding that for this to occur the countries in the region must continue on their EU course and Greece must continue to play a leading role in this matter.

    [02] Gov't earmarks 49.4 mln euros to support research

    Development Minister Dimitris Sioufas on Wednesday signed a series of ministerial actions, worth 49.44 million euros, aimed to support research and technology in the country.

    The actions envisage financial support for training programmes for new researchers in a moved aimed to support the country's human research and technological resources, through a "Competitiveness" Operational Programme.

    The programme includes all public universities, state research centres and institutes and seeks the cooperation of private sector technological enterprises.


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