Teodor Currentzis, The Greek Conductor Who Took Russia and Europe by Storm

Teodor Currentzis has been dubbed the "rebel of classical music," "the bad boy of classical music, and even a "hellraiser." These are all descriptions...

Putin Goes Scuba Diving, Finds Ancient Greek Jars

Russia's action-man Prime Minister Vladimir Putin pulled on a wetsuit Wednesday and went scuba diving at the site of a Greek ruin -- and...

Head of St. Andrew Apostle Foundation Asks Orthodox Citizens in Russia to Support Abbot...

An appeal addressing orthodox citizens to support the Abbot of Vatopedi Monasteri, has been issued by the head of St. Andrew the Apostle Foundation...

Fate of Syrian Bishops Still Unknown

The Moscow Patriarchate continues not to dispose any data concerning the fate of the two Syrian bishops who were kidnapped by gunmen on April...

Russians’ Cutting Back on Vacations Hurt Greek Economy

The Russian currency's exchange rate depreciation, as well as bureaucratic issues, have greatly affected the flow of Russian tourists to Greece. According to the...

Moscow Hellenic Culture Center Event on Genocide

The Moscow-based Hellenic Culture Center is sending the message that Greeks in the city do not forget, they remain united and creative, repeatedly saying...

Pyrros Dimas Elected to The IWF Executive Board

On May 22, the International Weightlifting Federation’s (IWF) Electoral Congress in Moscow, Russia, was completed and the Federation’s Officers for 2013-2016 were elected. Greece’s...

Russia, Turkey Deepen Strategic Ties with Nuclear Plant

Work has begun on a huge nuclear power plant in Turkey which could deepen strategic and political ties between Ankara and Moscow. Turkish leader Recep...

Moscow: Greek Cinema Week by the Hellenic Cultural Centre

Russian capital city Moscow will host a Greek Cinema Week until April 1, organised by local municipal authorities (“Moscow Cino”) and the city’s Hellenic...

Russian Tycoon Eyes Greek Tourism

Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev met on Sept. 12 with Greek Deputy Minister for Development and Competition, Notis Mitarakis, to talk about plans to invest...