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Mediterranean: Athens accuses Ankara of "imperialist fantasies"
© Provided by Le Point Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday accused Turkey of maintaining "imperialist fantasies" in the eastern Mediterranean during a meeting in Nicosia with the Cypriot and Egyptian presidents. Mr. Mitsotakis again criticized Turkey for resorting to "extreme rhetoric" and acting unilaterally, while ignoring calls for dialogue launched by the European Union, Russia and the states - United .
On the menu, night curfew and closure for one month of bars, restaurants, attractions and sports hallsPANDEMIC - On the menu, night curfew and closure for one month of bars, restaurants, places of attraction and sports halls
Theannounced an from Tuesday to fight the . “It's not a confinement like in the spring. The operation of any restaurant will be suspended, apart from the delivery of food, ”assured the head of government during a televised message to the nation on Saturday.
Coronavirus in Spain: The "real number" of infected people "exceeds three million", assures Pedro Sanchez
The head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez has revised upwards the official number of people infected © Pablo Blazquez Dominguez / AP / SIPA The head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez has increased the number of people infected with covid-19 in Spain from 1 million (official) to more than 3 million PANDEMIA - The head of the Spanish government , Pedro Sanchez has revised upwards the official number of people infected Three times more than the official figure.
It is a plan which will last a month to "try to save the Christmas holidays", the Prime Minister further explained. Thus, cinemas, museums, theaters, clubs, bars and cafes will also be closed in the most affected regions, especially in the Greek capital and in Théssaloniki, the second largest city in the north of the country, as well as in other regions which are.
Finally, unlike the confinement in March, schools, hotels, hairdressing salons and retail businesses will remain open across the country. On the other hand, teaching at universities will only be done at a distance. "Full containment would harm the economy and society," Kyriakos Mitsotakis pleaded, alluding to the serious economic repercussions of the confinement imposed on Greece for six weeks in the spring.
Virus: 46 million French people under curfew, Brussels is still tightening the screw
© Francois Lenoir Brussels Curfew late in Brussels, more than two out of three French people now ordered to stay at home in the evening, cap of the 10,000 deaths crossed in Germany: Europe is hit by the second wave of the coronavirus and restrictions are multiplying on Saturday on the Old Continent.
Video: Germany: Merkel announces new restrictions against the Covid-19 epidemic (Le Figaro)More than 37,000 cases since the outbreak of the epidemic at the end of February
These measures are will apply from 6 a.m. on Tuesday and, Kyriakos Mitsotakis said. The Greek Prime Minister stressed that "we had to act now" given the increase in the number of cases of the new coronavirus in recent weeks and so that the intensive care units are not overwhelmed.
Faced with the resurgence of the epidemic, Greece last week established a curfew between midnight and 5 a.m. for two weeks in Athens and Thessaloniki, the two main cities of the country affected by the coronavirus and bringing together almost half of the population (10.9 million people).
Still less affected than its European partners, the country has a total of more than 37,000 cases since the onset of the epidemic at the end of February, and deplores 620 deaths. More than a hundred people are currently in intensive care, their average age being 65, according to the health services.
Covid-19: Greece will reconfine itself for at least three weeks .
© AP Photo / Yorgos Karahalis Greece will reconfine itself from this Saturday, for a period of at least three weeks. In Greece, with some 700 official deaths, the population has been relatively spared from the Covid-19 pandemic. However, faced with an upsurge in positive cases and very limited hospital capacity, the country is reconfiguring itself from this Saturday, for a period of at least three weeks.