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Dragnis family joins Greek FSRU investment trend

Seatrade Maritime News 27 Jun 2022
Another leading Greek shipping name has joined those investing in floating storage and regasification (FSRU) units. A new FSRU to be located at the central Greek Aegean Sea town of Volos is backed by the Dragnis family, joining Peter G Livanos and Vardinoyiannis group investing in FSRU projects.
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Posidonia 2022: An Event That Brings all the Players Together

The Maritime Executive 27 Jun 2022
One Tech Group participated in the resumption of the global maritime calendar’s most anticipated event, Posidonia 2022, with a very impressive booth of 100m² recognising the leading role that the Greek Market has in shipping industry.
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Headlines in Iranian English Language dailies on June 27

Irna 27 Jun 2022
** IRAN DAILY. -- Iran, Iraq urge regional dialogue, cooperation for peace ... Greece. The Iranian-flagged Lana tanker ship seized by Greece in April at the request of the United States can resume navigation, the Greek port police said on Sunday. The Greek authorities had seized the vessel on April 19 off the island of Euboea ... ** TEHRAN TIMES ... 9416**9417.
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London Greek shipping legend dies aged 93

Greek City Times 26 Jun 2022
Peter George Goulandris, an old-school London Greek shipping man and philanthropist, made his mark at Capeside Steamship and Cavodoro Shipping ... The Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee (GSCC) announced his death in a short statement four days later ... Greeks’ shipping interests.
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Who is Stavros Niarchos ?

Greek City Times 26 Jun 2022
Aristotle Onassis and Niarchos were the founders of the entire post-war Greek shipping industry that has put Greece into its prominent position on the world map of the industry ... In 1947, he married Eugenia Livanos, a daughter of another Greek shipping magnate, Stavros G. Livanos, thus planting his foot firmly in the shipping business ... Shipping tycoon.
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Greece to issue demarche for every Turkish flight over airspace

Greek City Times 26 Jun 2022
Greece will issue a demarche to Turkey every time Turkish jets violate the country’s airspace, according to an order by Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, columnist Vassilis Nedos wrote in an article for Greek daily Kathimerini on Saturday ... Previous Article London Greek shipping legend dies aged 93 ... A Greek ‘golden visa’ and how to get one.
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Greece releases Iranian-flagged oil tanker seized under US pressure

Press TV 26 Jun 2022
According to a statement issued by Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) at that time, the Greek government ordered the release of the ship and its cargo despite sustained US efforts to do otherwise ... The Greek government has overturned its recent decision to confiscate an Iranian oil tanker.
photo: AP / Panagiotis Balaskas
A migrant woman carries a newborn boy as she disembarks from a coast guard vessel at Mytilene port, on the northeastern Aegean Sea island of Lesbos, Greece, Wednesday, June 22, 2022.
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The refugees cast adrift in the Mediterranean

Al Jazeera 26 Jun 2022
The group arrived at the Greek island of Rhodes when the sun began to rise ... They spoke in English and Greek, and another asylum seeker translated into Arabic for her ... After a two-hour journey, they arrived at the Greek island of Kos ... Ali showed Al Jazeera a video of the ordeal, which clearly shows a Greek Coast Guard ship.
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Low-profile London Greek shipping legend dies aged 93

Tradewinds 24 Jun 2022
A discreet member of a media-shy Greek shipping dynasty passed away in the Bahamas at 93 ...
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Iran Descends Into Outright Piracy and Confrontation With the West

The Algemeiner 24 Jun 2022
On May 27, the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), in cooperation with the Iranian Navy, launched a helicopter raid to seize two Greek oil tankers in the Persian Gulf ... The US confiscated the Iranian oil from the ship ... The two Greek ships and their crews are still in Iranian custody.
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Logic and people in PAOK “forced” the transfer of cargo

Swords Today 24 Jun 2022
One of the top stoppers of the championship (Greek, PAOK fans) will significantly strengthen the Dicaphalos defense this year ... Some tried to justify the turn of those in charge of the cargo, because he was clearly Greek (!), Without daring to say a word about the player’s abilities.
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CX Daily: China’s Relaxation of Penalties for Wildlife Breeding Raises Concerns

Caixin Online 24 Jun 2022
Shipping /. Greek shipping insider lays out how industry can recover from post-pandemic malaise ... Greece remains the world’s largest ship owning nation with a fleet of over 5,000 vessels, representing 59% of the EU-controlled fleet and 21% of global deadweight tonnage.
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Shanghai Composite Index Rose 0.89% on Friday

Caixin Online 24 Jun 2022
· Weekly Must-Read ... · Trust Industry Profits Fall 31% Amid Market Volatility ... · Greek Shipping Insider Lays Out How Industry Can Recover From Post-Pandemic Malaise. The business faces multiple challenges, including environmental regulations, supply chain disruptions and geopolitical tensions, says Posidonia Shipping Exhibition managing director ... .
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Greek Shipping Insider Lays Out How Industry Can Recover From Post-Pandemic Malaise

Caixin Online 23 Jun 2022
This Greek shipping industry event is one of the biggest in the world, and used to take place once ...

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