The "intensity of the Turkish provocation which gives us intense concern, indignation", pointed out during the meeting he had in the afternoon at the Maximos Palace with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiadis, the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who reiterated that he could not to accept any two-state solution and that we can not deviate from the substance of the framework, as defined by the decisions of the United Nations Security Council.
The President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiadis, among other things, spoke about unthinkable prerequisites on the part of Turkey to restart the dialogue
According to a report by the European Commission, there are serious shortcomings in the functioning of Turkey's democratic institutions. In its detailed presentation of the conditions for its accession to the European Union, the Commission notes a serious setback to fundamental freedoms, the functioning of democratic institutions and the administration of justice. The report notes, among other things, that in the event of renewal of unilateral actions or challenges that violate international law, the EU will use all the means and options at its disposal to defend its interests and those of its Member States. "It is also stated that Turkey is expected to make a firm commitment to good neighborly relations, international agreements and the peaceful settlement of disputes by appealing, if necessary, to the International Court of Justice."
Concern from the vertical increase of cases. EODY announced 3.739 new cases today. 29 people lost their lives. 356 patients are treated by intubation. 1.094 cases in children.
Alexis Tsipras attributed responsibilities to the government for the management of the pandemic, speaking tonight in the Alpha news bulletin.
He accused the government of Mr. Mitsotakis of sending messages of complacency and relaxation to the citizens, while when asked if the parades for October 28 should be canceled, he stressed that "it makes no sense to cancel them", just to be careful and observe the measures from everyone.
He stated that if SYRIZA becomes a government again, it will improve the terms of the Hellenic-French Defense Agreement, he refrained from commenting on the developments in KINAL, while on the issue of polls he stressed that the commission of inquiry submitted by SYRIZA does not aim to question the to highlight the attempt to manipulate public opinion through the Petsa list.
"Mr. Tsipras talked for a long time, trying desperately to find something to say," said government spokesman Giannis Oikonomou.
The Criminal Division of the Supreme Court is called upon to decide whether or not to overturn the decision that terminated the criminal prosecution of all those accused of infidelity and money laundering in the case of the loans of the Postal Savings Bank. The Prosecutor's Office of the Supreme Court proceeded with the appeal, sending the case to the Criminal Department, which has the last word.
The revocation of the release decision for the chief of the Golden Dawn in Nice, George Patelis, is being examined by the Prosecutor of the Supreme Court, Vassilis Pliotas.
Czech police have launched an investigation into whether President Milo Zeman's associates committed a crime for failing to inform the public or top government officials that his health condition prevented him from performing his duties.
Zeman's chief of staff, Bratislava Minar, is being pressured by outgoing Prime Minister Andrei Babis to resign over the secrecy of the 77-year-old president, who has been in intensive care since October 10.
And the weather…
Generally clear weather in Attica today, temporary clouds will occur mainly in the north. Visibility in the morning will be locally limited.
The winds will blow north northeast 3 to 5 and temporarily in the east local up to 6 Beaufort. The temperature will range from 12 to 22 degrees Celsius.