Apostolos Staikos


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And this is just the beginning. The aim is to start a small factory in Lesbos, which will create bags and other items from the abandoned life jackets. If the plan goes ahead, 50% of the employees will be locals and 50% refugees. For this to happen, refugees must obtain the right to work in Greece.
May 09 2016
Apostolos Staikos has been quoted 15 times. The two most recent articles where Apostolos Staikos has been quoted are First EU migrant deportations from Greece to Turkey 'go smoothly', despite protests and An uncertain future for thousands of migrants on Greece's Lesbos island. Most recently, Apostolos Staikos was quoted as having said, “Firstly, migrant deportations are of great importance to Greece. Athens wants to show the international community that it's implementing the agreement with Turkey. But with 52,000 refugees trapped and borders closed, the government is also trying to reassure Greeks, who are afraid that the situation will soon be uncontrollable.”.
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In a country with 25 percent unemployment, the miners argue that the government is condemning their area to deterioration and is putting them out of work. The gold mines in Halkidiki have divided public opinion.The dilemma is: the environment versus economic development, leaving experts and the government with an intractable problem.

A day before the polls open on Sunday, people are talking about what tomorrow will bring. Some worry, some fear, but all hope that the new government will put an end to austerity.

In 2004, Greece won the battle. Ten years later, it seems the country has lost the war. National pride was replaced by disappointment and anger. But, plans to reutilise some of the Olympic venues could contribute to the end of the crisis.

We are not leaving, ERT is on air!' they say. That's the message of the former employees who've turned this street into a TV studio. They know the situation is difficult, but say they won't give up without a fight.

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