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Fi­nance Min­is­ter Eu­clid Tsakalo­tos to par­tic­i­pate in the Eco­nomic and Fi­nan­cial Af­fairs Coun­cil (ECOFIN) meet­ing of EU econ­omy and fi­nance min­is­ters in Brus­sels.

La­bor and So­cial Se­cu­rity Min­is­ter Efi Acht­sioglou will tour Eastern Mace­do­nia and Thrace, in­clud­ing a visit to Ko­mo­tini.

Agri­cul­tural De­vel­op­ment and Food Min­is­ter Van­ge­lis Apos­tolou be­gins a tour of the pre­fec­tures of Vi­o­tia and Fthi­otida, ahead of the Re­gional De­vel­op­ment Con­fer­ence for Cen­tral Greece to take place next week at Lamia. nomic and Mon­e­tary Af­fairs Pierre Moscovici makes an of­fi­cial visit to Athens. He will meet with Pres­i­dent Prokopis Pavlopou­los, Prime Min­is­ter Alexis Tsipras, New Democ­racy leader Kyr­i­akos Mit­so­takis, Fi­nance Min­is­ter Eu­clid Tsakalo­tos and Bank of Greece Gov­er­nor Yan­nis Stournaras.

The Pales­tinian Com­mu­nity of Thes­sa­loniki and the Thes­sa­loniki Sec­tion of the Greek Com­mit­tee for In­ter­na­tional De­tente and Peace or­ga­nize a sit-in at 7 p.m. at the statue of Eleft­he­rios Venize­los.

TUV Hel­las holds an in­for­ma­tive event on new el­e­va­tor sys­tems, at the Crowne Plaza Athens City Cen­ter ho­tel, 50 Micha­lakopoulou. (Info: 215.215.7436, lifts@tu­vhel­las.gr)

The union of em­ploy­ees at the Re­gional Author­ity of At­tica holds a work stop­page from 12 noon to the end of shift and a rally at 12.30 p.m. out­side the In­te­rior Min­istry.

The me­dia out­lets of the Athens-listed Pe­ga­sus Pub­lish­ing group, such as Eth­nos and Imerisia news­pa­pers and other hold­ings, are to be auc­tioned off from 4 p.m.

The Spe­cial Sec­re­tariat for Pri­vate Debt Man­age­ment of the Econ­omy and De­vel­op­ment Min­istry or­ga­nizes ed­u­ca­tional sem­i­nars on the new ex­tra­ju­di­cial mech­a­nism for the set­tle­ment of house­hold and cor­po­rate debts, ad­dress­ing econ­o­mists and ac­coun­tants first. On Thursday lawyers will fol­low and on Friday it is the turn of the sec­re­tariat’s reg­is­ter co­or­di­na­tors and of the Jus­tice Min­istry’s cer­ti­fied me­di­a­tors. At the am­phithe­ater of the Gen­eral Sec­re­tariat of In­for­ma­tion Sys­tems, 1 Han­dri, Moschato, Athens.

The As­so­ci­a­tion of Pri­vate Na­tional TV Sta­tions (EITISEE) holds a press con­fer­ence to present its po­si­tion on the is­sue of broad­cast­ing li­censed at 12 noon at the NJV Athens Plaza Ho­tel, 2 Vas­sileos Ge­or­giou, Syn­tagma Square. (Info: 211.750.1258)

The Min­istry of Dig­i­tal Pol­icy and the Hel­lenic Open Uni­ver­sity or­ga­nize a Dig­i­tal Tech­nol­ogy Week at Pen­talo­fos in Kozani. To Satur­day. (Info: dig­i­tal­week.eap.gr)

Euro­pean Com­mis­sioner for Hu­man­i­tar­ian Aid and Cri­sis Man­age­ment Chris­tos Stylian­ides vis­its Athens to par­tic­i­pate in a joint press con­fer­ence with Mi­gra­tion Pol­icy Min­is­ter Yian­nis Mouza­las.

Dead­line for the in­stal­la­tion of card ter­mi­nals (PoS) by 85 cat­e­gories of self­em­ployed pro­fes­sion­als such as lawyers and doctors.

Athens-listed cor­po­ra­tions Boutaris, Moda Bagno and Tras­tor are hold­ing gen­eral meet­ings of their share­hold­ers.

Par­lia­ment to vote on a Fi­nance Min­istry bill re­gard­ing var­i­ous tax reg­u­la­tions and mea­sures to com­bat tax eva­sion.

The Hel­lenic Sta­tis­ti­cal Author­ity (ELSTAT) will re­lease its June sta­tis­tics on in­dus­trial pro­ducer prices.

The De­vel­op­ment Group of Fe­male En­trepreneurs of Crete or­ga­nizes its 11th an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion, ti­tled, “Cre­tan Women’s Week,” at Irak­lio’s Eleft­he­rias Square. The evebt takes place daily through Au­gust 5, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ad­mis­sion is free of charge.

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