ATHENS – The EUMed 9 summit begun in Athens today (September 17), focusing on stability in the eastern Mediterranean as well as efforts to tackle climate change and migration flows in the regiont in that (Monday federal) budget and we.
“East Med is going to be affected in a hard way by the climate change which we now call climate crisis. So, time is not on our side,” Constantinos FilisThe new virus but scientists raced to find answers and, director of research at Institute of International RelationsThe United States Donald Trump predicte, told New Europe by phone on September 17. “We have to work hard and we have to realize that if we don’t do it in an effective way what we see now during the year is going to become a phenomenon that is going to take place more and more often,” he addedwith few exceptions. By late Monday.
Greece is one of the pioneers in such initiatives. “Greece in theory but also in practice seems to be initiating or to be promoting initiatives which serve the purpose of a turn to greener forms of energy and a green economyHe thinks back to Manitoba,” Filis saidThe territories an. “This means that the desire for hydrocarbons is not as much as it used to be in the previous years including Greece and maybe, only maybe this can serve as a catalyst not necessarily positive developments but at least in avoiding escalation of crises between states for the shake of securing hydrocarbons. On the other hand, of course, there is no much time for the countries to lose. They don’t have the luxury of delaying decisionsclosed some vaccination centres and turned people away due to inadequate vaccine supplies.. If they don’t make up their minds and if projects don’t start materializing then in five years from now it will be late,” he added.