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Athens News Agency: News in English, 10-09-30

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

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  • [01] The stone bridges of the Greek countryside
  • [02] FM at World Affairs Council

  • [01] The stone bridges of the Greek countryside

    The stone bridges found throughout the Greek countryside are unique masterpieces of the stonemasons of yore.

    The local craftsmen, using only the materials provided by nature and guided by their instict, aesthetics and common sense, built bridges that have nothing to envy of those designed by engineers.

    Although many of the bridges have been replaced by steel constructions, a number of the stone bridges still dot the Greek countryside.

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    [02] FM at World Affairs Council

    New York (ANA-MPA/P. Panagiotou) -- The government has proven its determination to face the crisis, and deep and extensive reforms have been made in a short period of time, Greece's foreign minister Dimitris Droutsas stressed on Wednesday, addressing the World Affairs Council international relations forum in Los Angeles (California).

    Droutsas briefly outlined the situation in the country today following the huge crisis that broke not only in Greece but all of Europe, while he also presented the most significant changes that have been made by the government in recent months, such as the new tax system, the changes in the pension system and efforts to stamp out tax evasion.

    He said the government's central policy is "restoration of confidence" in the state institutions and the just state, through decisions that will strike a blow against corruption and mismanagement.

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