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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-06-22

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  • [01] Karamanlis to brief President Papoulias
  • [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] Karamanlis to brief President Papoulias

    Prime ╠inister Costas Karamanlis will pay a call on President of the Republic Karolos Papoulias shortly after noon on Monday. Karamanlis will brief the President on the outcome of the European Union summit late last week in Brussels, which mainly focused on the problem of illegal migration, and on the decisions taken.Earlier, Karamanlis will meet with visiting Vietnamese deputy prime minister and foreign minister Phan Gia Khiem. ¤n Saturday, at his speech during the inauguration of the New Acropolis museum stressed "The Acropolis Museum is a reality for all Greeks; for all the people of the world. It is a modern monument, open, luminous and is harmoniously intertwined with Parthenon itself. It permits the Attica sun to shed its light on the ancient works of culture and allows the visitor to enjoy and appreciate the details of the exhibits. This modern monument narrates the history of democracy, art, rituals and everyday life. It succeeds in harmonically linking antiquity with the modern world of the technology and imagery. That's why pioneering," Karamanlis told the audience of dignitaries, which included lead architects Bernard Tschumi and Michael Photiadis.

    Caption: ANA-MPA file photo of Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis.

    [02] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Monday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    The grand inauguration of the New Acropolis Museum on Saturday evening in Athens, the Greek people's resounding demand for the Parthenon Marbles' repatriation and speculation of early general elections dominated the headlines on Monday in Athens' newspapers.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "The demand for the Parthenon Marbles' repatriation is international - Foreign newspapers and media support Greece's demand".

    APOGEVMATINI: "Open letter to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown for the repatriation of the Parthenon Marbles".

    AVRIANI: "Danger of collapse of the political system - Opinion poll indicates that the majority of the people reject both mainstream political parties (ruling New Democracy and main opposition PASOK)".

    ELEFTHERI ORA: "The Marbles call the Marbles - International demand for Parthenon Marbles repatriation".

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Symbol of self-confidence - International admiration for the New Acropolis Museum".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Citizens may 'finger' tax evaders" - Economy Ministry, in its official website, calls on the citizens to become snitches".

    ESTIA: "The new Museum is the golden opportunity for Athens to become an international centre of attraction".

    ETHNOS: "Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis' two 'emergency exits' - Government members' recommendations for early elections and government reshuffle are contradictory".

    TA NEA: "Here's the theft! The 'amputated' frieze causes shock".

    VRADYNI: "The Marbles' silent protest - Emotion and awe before the 'amputated' Parthenon frieze".

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