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Athens News Agency: News in English, 10-05-19

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  • [01] KKE on Erdogan's visit
  • [02] Énflation jumps to 4.7%

  • [01] KKE on Erdogan's visit

    Communist Party of Greece (KKE), in an announcement on Tuesday makes an assessment of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visit to Greece, noting that Ankara is insisting on its claims in the Aegean, utilising joint interests with the United States.

    After outlining Turkey's positions on the Aegean, as they were presented by Erdogan at the press conference in Athens, the Political Bureau wonders what was agreed in Athens and "whether or not the problems regarding the violation of Greece's sea and air borders and the questioning of Greek sovereign rights in the Aegean remain."

    KKE stressed that these questions demand a responsible reply. "The people must know the truth," it noted.

    The Political Bureau further pointed out that "the Aegean, the territorial sovereignty issues are not constructed by 'diplomats', nor can they be solved by certain 'third parties'."

    [02] Énflation jumps to 4.7%

    BRUSSELS (ANA-MPA) -- Greek inflation jumped to 4.7 pct in April, up from 3.9 pct in March, Eurostat said on Tuesday.

    The EU executive's statistics agency, in a report, said the inflation rate in the eurozone rose slightly to 1.5 pct in April, from 1.4 pct in March and 0.6 pct in April 2009, while in the EU-27, the inflation rate rose to 2.0 pct in April, from 1.9 pct in March and 1.3 pct in April 2009.

    Latvia (-2.8 pct), Ireland (-2.5 pct) and Lithuania (0.2 pct) recorded the lowest inflation rates in April, while Hungary (5.7 pct), Greece (4.7 pct) and Romania (4.2 pct) the highest levels. The inflation rate rose in 17 EU member-states in April, compared with March, it remained unchanged in three states and fell in six states. There were no figures for the UK.

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