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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 03-02-25
From: The Hellenic Radio (ERA) <www.ert.gr/>
 Weather forecastCloud is forecast in all parts of the country, with a little snow in eastern Thessaly, the eastern mainland, Evia, the eastern and southern Peloponnese, the Cyclades and Crete. Winds north-northeasterly, moderate to gale force.
The temperature in Athens will range from1 to 7C and in Thessaloniki from –3 to 6C.
(25/2/2003 11:07:00 ðì)
 Weather to improve as of WednesdayAccording to the National Meteorological Service the weather will begin improving as of Wednesday, while many roads in the outskirts of Athens and in the province are unusable due to the heavy snowfalls. Additionally, several schools will remain closed today.
In the meantime, Finance Minister Nikos Christodoulakis announced that the needs of the families that had been stricken by the bad weather conditions will be covered, adding that the inflationary pressure caused presently would be covered with additional checks in the market and the products imported.
(25/2/2003 11:08:00 ðì)
 Annan to present revised plan on Cyprus issueThe United Nations General Secretary Kofi Annan, who is expected in Athens today, will present Prime Minister Costas Simitis with a revised plan for the solution of the Cyprus issue.
Mr Anan referred to a revised plan that would try to delete the worries of both sides.
In an interview with the Greek newspaper To Vima and with CNN Turk, Mr Annan said that if a solution was not reached, that would be a tragedy, adding that the Turkish Cypriots would not have another chance to enter the European Union.
Meanwhile, during their meeting yesterday, the newly elected President of the Cyprus Republic Tasos Papadopoulos and Prime Minister Costas Simitis concluded that even if an extension of time was given until March 30, a solution of the Cyprus issue would not be easy to be reached due to the Turkish Cypriots' intransigence.
From his side, Mr Papadopoulos stated that the safest way for the European Union not to inherit the Cyprus problem would be a viable and operational solution, underlining that he did not intend to ask for the basic principles of Mr Annan's plan to be changed.
Mr Papadopoulos will meet Foreign Minister George Papandreou today.
(25/2/2003 11:09:00 ðì)