7:32 Greek Parliament adopts bill on creditors’ demand
Greek Parliament passed on Thursday two more actions required by the country’s lenders, paving the way for talks on a third bailout to begin, according to Ekathimerini.
12:49 Polish Defense Ministry: Russia protests everything about Ukraine and NATO 4
The Russian Federation should not worry about international military exercises on the territory of Ukraine, Polish Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said on Tuesday.
10:11 Greece to get first bailout tranche by August 17
Greece’s creditors plan to disburse the first tranche under a new three-year bailout program by August 17, Bloomberg reported citing an international official with knowledge of the matter.
13:18 Greece to pay about EUR 7 bln to creditors
Greece has decided to pay EUR 6.8 billion ($7.4 billion) to creditors after last week’s bailout deal.
13:32 EU to introduce Passenger Name Record system 2
The European Union is planning to introduce a Passenger Name Record (PNR) data base of people flying to or from the EU after the Civil Liberties Committee approved these draft EU rules on Wednesday.
7:47 Greek parliament passes austerity measures amid anti-establishment protests 3
The Greek parliament has passed sweeping austerity measures demanded by lenders to open talks on a new multibillion-euro bailout package to keep Greece in the euro.
9:25 IMF: Greece should restructure its debt 1
A new program of financial aid to Greece would require creditors to restructure the country’s debt.
8:26 Berlusconi jailed for three years on bribery charges 1
The court of Naples on Wednesday sentenced former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusсoni to three years in prison.
9:12 Greek Finance Minister resigns 2
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis announced his resignation on July 06, following a “no” vote on a referendum in Greece to the conditions of an aid package.
7:41 Merkel and Hollande call for extraordinary EU summit on July 7
The move comes following the results of a referendum in Greece.