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Athens News Agency: News in English, 00-02-19

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] PM-Egnatia Way
  • [02] Explosions-PASOK Offices
  • [03] Australia-Trade Attache-Olympics

  • [01] PM-Egnatia Way

    19/02/2000 19:36:10

    Prime Minister Costas Simitis on Saturday called the Egnatia Way, which is being built across the country's northeast and northwest, a guarantee of Greece's economic and political clout across the continent.

    Simitis was launching a 27-kilometre stretch of the Egnatia Way between the northern town of Komotini and Mesti, which forms part of a link between Evros and Rhodopi.

    [02] Explosions-PASOK Offices

    19/02/2000 18:45:41

    An unknown caller to a newspaper on Saturday claimed responsibility on behalf of the Revolutionary Struggle terrorist group for two blasts in Thessaloniki that slightly damaged local offices of the ruling PASOK party. No-one was injured.

    Makeshift explosive devices comprising gas cannisters and fuel exploded outside PASOK's Ambelokipi and Stavroupoli branch offices in the northern port city shortly before 11 pm on Friday evening, police officials said.

    [03] Australia-Trade Attache-Olympics

    19/02/2000 17:24:34

    Melbourne (ANA-S.Hatzimanolis) - Australia on Saturday announced the appointment of a trade attache to its embassy in Athens who will head a department created to assist the country's companies seeking to invest in Greece before the 2004 Olympics.

    Australian firms have shown interest in undertaking projects in Greece following Sydney's experience in preparing for the 2000 Olympic Games.


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