Greece on Wednesday opened its doors to welcome with safety over 230 international flights at the country’s airports, including the airports of Athens and Thessaloniki.
According to the Civil Aviation Agency, 235 international flights were scheduled to land on Wednesday at Greek airports.
Over 1,000 passengers are expected to arrive on seven ferries from Italy to Patras port today, after a nearly 3.5-month suspension of sailings due to the pandemic.
Tourist will be obliged to complete a form 48 hours prior to arrival to Greece, as of Monday, government spokesman Stelios Petsas has stated. The spokesman further said that if the number of infections increases a lot in the coming days, measures will be imposed.
Turkey’s Council of State is due to decide today if the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul can be converted into a mosque. The decisions however may be postponed, as there are increased reactions.
The Tungsten Explorer drillship, which is expected to be used in the Total-Eni consortium’s drilling activities in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) has moved to the port of Larnaca.
High risk of fire today in Attica, as well as on the islands of Evia, Lesvos and Chios. A warning has been issued by the General Secretariat of Civil Protection.
The US House of Representatives has approved new Hong Kong-related sanctions, after Beijing imposed a security law that was condemned by countries around the world.
And the weather forecast…
Very hot in Attica today. The temperature in the capital is expected to reach 37 degrees Celsius.