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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-07-22

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  • [01] 42nd round of Greek-Turkish exploratory talks on Wednesday in Athens
  • [02] 'Face to Faces' photography exhibition
  • [03] KKE leader in Patras
  • [04] Athens Newspaper Headlines

  • [01] 42nd round of Greek-Turkish exploratory talks on Wednesday in Athens

    The 42nd round of Greek-Turkish exploratory contacts will be held in Athens on Wednesday between Ambassador Vassilis Pispinis and Turkish deputy foreign minister Ambassador Ertugral Apakan.

    [02] 'Face to Faces' photography exhibition

    A photography exhibition titled "Face to Faces" is on display at the Photography Museum of Thessaloniki, where it will run through September 20 as part of the parallel program of the 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, which ends a week later, and includes 100 works by 12 Greek and 14 foreign artists on the theme "(Self)Portrait".

    "Face to Faces" is an international joint exhibition of modern art, having France as its starting point. It constitutes part of the broader action entitled 'Dialogues d'Images' (Image Dialogues) and is an initiative of the 'Culturesfrance', an institution of the French Ministries of Culture and Foreign Affairs (previously known as AFAA or Association Francaise d'Action Artistique).

    The objective of this action is to establish an 'intercultural' dialogue among artists who live or work in France, with artists from other countries, on the common thematic of (self)portrait. The foreign artists are: Alain Bublex, Nan Goldin, Cecile Hartmann, Hans Hemmert, Suzanne Lafont, Dominik Lejman, Yuki Onodera, Roman Opalka, Orlan, Philippe Ramette, Francois Rousseau, Yann Toma, Jean Luc Vilmouth, Kimiko Yoshida.

    The original 'body' of this exhibition tours around the world while, each time it is presented in a country, it gets further enhanced with the work of artists from that host country. The selection of the works has been made by two curators - the one of the touring exhibition and another from each host country. No need to mention that the aesthetic result is different each time.

    At the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, along with the works of the original 'body', there will be presented works of the Greek photographers: Manolis Baboussis, Venia Bechraki, Athina Chroni, Christina Dimitriadis, Pavlos Fysakis, Georgios Katsaggelos, Panos Kokkinias, Evangelia Kranioti, Eleni Maligoura, Eleni Mouzakiti, Lia Nalbantidou and George Prinos.

    The Curator on the part of Greece is Angeliki Grammatikopoulou, while Curator on the part of the international participants is Ésabelle de Montfumat.

    The exhibition is co-organised by the State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, Culturesfrance, the General Consulate of France in Thessaloniki, and the French Institute of Thessaloniki.

    [03] KKE leader in Patras

    The Communist Party of Greece (KKE) needs to fight with more determination in order to better reach the popular strata, KKE leader Aleka Papariga said on Tuesday night, speaking at a gathering in the western port city of Patras.

    The topics of the gathering were the results of the recent European Parliament elections, political developments and the KKE's position.

    Commenting on the high abstention percentage in the Euroelections, Papariga noted that the abstention was "expressed with a political background, disgruntlement but also with the delusion that the parties will change".

    On the KKE's showing, she said that the Euroelections outcome was positive for the party while, addressing herself to the party's cadres, members and friends, she urged them to be prepared, because "the time of national elections is near at hand".

    Papariga further criticised ruling New Democracy (ND) and main opposition PASOK of having lost their ability to convince, but having succeeded in passing on the perception that their policy is the only way.

    [04] Athens Newspaper Headlines

    The Wednesday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

    The new flu pandemic following Greece's first serious case, politics and banking issues were the main front-page item in Athens' dailies on Wednesday.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Modernisation of IKA (state-run Social Security Foundation) - What the premier announced during his visit to the IKA branch in Peristeri".

    APOGEVMATINI: "One new flu patient, and public opinion, in intensive care - Health minister Avramopoulos: The public needs not to worry, but to be informed".

    AVGHI: "Is there an action plan? - New flu: the first serious case" of a 33-year-old man hospitalised in serious condition in a state hospital's intensive care unit after developing pneumonia.

    AVRIANI: "Pharmaceutical multinationals terrorising the people and paralysing the country with the new flu in order to sell their vaccines".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Calm over the new flu - Panic is the worst advisor for facing the pandemic".

    ESTIA: "PASOK unreliable - It's positions on the Presidential election".

    ETHNOS: "Imported loans and credit cards - EU directive raises hopes for cheaper money".

    KATHIMERINI: "Strong concern following the first serious case - Deaths from new flu reach 700 internationally".

    LOGOS: "Bank loans from all the EU member states will be available to Greek consumers - Road opens to access to consumer credit products".

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Nato-isation of the Aegean, with the full blame on ND and PASOK - Greek-Turkish negotiations in Izmir" under supervision of American commander, for unification of the airspace over the Aegean.

    TA NEA: "Locks and schools and sport fields - World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations".

    TO VIMA: "Cheaper (euro)loans - The credit market changing as of October".

    VRADYNI: "Fear drying up cash flow - New plan by banks to confront the crisis".

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