13.10.2012 [Businessweek] - Greece and its international inspectors are racing to find agreement on economic policies ahead of the Oct. 18 summit of European Union leaders, where Prime Minister AntonisSamaras will seek more time to implement the budget cuts required to keep
15.02.2012 AntonisSamaras detailed his commitment to the Greek bailout program in a letter to European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, the IMF, and finance ministers of the eurozone. This comes amid rising unhappiness from ...
19.10.2012 [Kathimerini] - The Greek government on Friday emerged satisfied from a European Union leadersí summit, hopeful of getting its next bailout tranche by mid-November, but Prime Minister AntonisSamaras avoided any talk of steps to make Greeceís debt sustainable in the
19.10.2012 [Kathimerini] - Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels on Friday morning, on the sidelines of an European Union summit meeting which began on Thursday. During the meeting, also attended by Greece's Finance
18.10.2012 [Bloomberg] - Clashes broke out in central Athens when Greeks opposed to more austerity measures staged their second general strike in three weeks as Prime Minister AntonisSamaras prepared to attend his first European Union summit. Schools, hospitals, ferries and
18.10.2012 [Kathimerini] - Prime Minister AntonisSamaras stated the case on Thursday at a European Union leaders' summit for Greece receiving its next bailout tranche in full and as soon as possible, although this leaves his government with a particularly tight schedule over
20.10.2012 [Southeast European Times (blog)] - German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed solidarity with Greece during her recent visit to Athens, but her discussions with Prime Minister AntonisSamaras over additional budget reductions is being met with sarcastic disapproval in the blogosphere.
19.06.2012 Greek election winner AntonisSamaras began his second bid in six weeks to build a coalition as euro-area finance chiefs pressured him to form a government that would keep bailout aid flowing. European officials indicated a ...
19.10.2012 [Yahoo! News (blog)] - Enlarge Photo. Reuters/Reuters - Greece's Prime Minister AntonisSamaras attends a news conference at the end of the second session of a two-day European Union leaders summit in Brussels October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Christian …more Hartmann less
19.10.2012 [Southeast European Times] - Prime Minister AntonisSamaras was in Brussels on Thursday (October 18th), making his case to EU leaders to keep bailouts coming for the country's cash-strapped economy, as 70,000 Greeks took to the streets of Athens to protest another pending round of
19.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Still pressing his case for support, Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels on Oct. 19 on the sidelines of an European Union summit meeting which began the day before. She had come to Athens on Oct.
18.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - With Prime Minister AntonisSamaras in Brussels pleading with European Union leaders for the release of more rescue monies, some 70,000 Greeks roared through the downtown of Athens to protest more pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions demanded
17.10.2012 [Greek Reporter] - Greek Prime Minister AntonisSamaras will go to a European Union meeting on Oct. 18 empty-handed after his coalition partners refused to go along with changes to labor rules as part of a $17.45 billion spending cut and tax hike plan. Samaras, in his
10.10.2012 [Southeast European Times] - As 50,000 demonstrators defied a ban on protests during her five-hour visit to Athens on Tuesday (October 9th), Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel told Prime Minister AntonisSamaras that Greece has covered "much of the ground" toward recovery from its
20.10.2012 [Press TV] - Prime Minister AntonisSamaras says Greece hopes to get the bailout money it needs before its euro cash reserves run out in the middle of November. He made the remarks on Friday during a press conference in Brussels after attending a European Union
19.06.2012 The euro rose and European stocks were poised to open higher after Sunday's vote and the Athens streets were quiet after New Democracy leader AntonisSamaras pledged to move swiftly to form a government, telling ...