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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-09-15

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  • [01] PM confers with ND Sec't Zagoritis
  • [02] Storms to follow heatwave

  • [01] PM confers with ND Sec't Zagoritis

    The ruling New Democracy party agenda and current issues were on the table in the meeting between Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and ND secretary Lefteris Zagoritis on Monday. "The Greek people in their majority have confidence in PM Karamanlis and New Democracy, but this does not mean that we are not vigilant," Zagoritis stated. He also stressed that the prime minister is fully aware of the social discontent, and speaking in Thessaloniki last weekend within the framework of the International Trade Fair, he set the course for faster, more effective and decisive government work. Zagoritis expressed optimism that the climate will be reversed and reminded that it has been a year since the last election victory for ND. On the likelihood of early elections, Zagoritis pointed out that the country needs hard work and results when facing the people's problems and not early elections. "We work ceaselessly and the government work done in the past year is included in a 36-page-long text but the main opposition PASOK party did not care to make any comment about it," he stressed. Caption: ANA-MPA file photo of Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis.

    [02] Storms to follow heatwave

    Cooler temperatures and storms, mostly in western and northern Greece, are forecast for the rest of the week beginning on Tuesday, while there is an increased likelihood of local showers in the central parts of the country after an extended period of high levels of humidity and unseasonably high temperatures across Greece.

    Strong storms are expected in western Greece and in western and central Macedonia in northern Greece, according to the National Meteorological Service (EMY).

    In the rest of the mainland and the Aegean Sea weather phenomena will be milder and with a tendency to ease off later in the evening.

    CAPTION: file photo dated 17/02/2008 shows a couple weathering the downpour in Ioannina. ANA-MPA/P. Paraskevi

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