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Tax Offices ''Merge'' with Citizen Service Centers (KEP)

Τhe Finance Ministry will implement a plan for merging and abolishing tax authorities next week, with the first 20 tax offices to be merged into ten. This is a project aimed...

Greece's Citizens' Service Centers To Go Fully Digital

Greece's Citizens Service Centers (KEP) are about to fully digitize their services, state-run AMNA news agency reported earlier this week. Aiming at providing services to...

New Govt Service for Greek Expatriates in the Works

A new pilot service of the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad (GGAE) will be the new channel of communication and service provider for expatriates. The...

Greece to Raise Entrance Fees for Museums, Ancient Sites

Greece's Central Archaeological Council on Tuesday unanimously approved new entrance fees to ancient sites and museums that raise prices, abolish unified tickets for multiple...

Cost of Greek Bureaucracy Exceeds 10 Billion Dollars

According to Hellenic Federation of Enterprises’ (SEV) report on the business environment, the annual cost of Greece’s bureaucracy exceeds 10 billion dollars. The report...

Vaccines for Teens 12 and Over Now Available in Greece

Greek health authorities announced that Covid-19 vaccines for teens 12 and over is now available, with appointments available online.

Greek Economy Minister: 'EU Forces Want to Cancel Eurogroup's Agreement'

The promotion of the regulation on the first residence foreclosures is not a unilateral action on Greece's part, Economy Minister George Stathakis reassured in...

A Plan Greece Can Afford to Serve Greeks Abroad Better

At a time when Greece needs the Diaspora more than ever, the Greek government - under pressure to cut expenses by its international lenders...

Instead of Cuts, 8 Greek Embassies, Consulates to Close

At a time when Greece needs the Diaspora more than ever, the Greek government - under pressure to cut expenses by its international lenders...