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It is a Museum that despite its history makes a new start in its new building and it makes its steps for a more extrovert international direction. It is very “attractive” to follow these steps and observe an institution unveiling its core, its collection in its new permanent space although it has a history behind it. In addition, contemporary art is always interesting and the audiences that choose to discover it are increasing, this is my feeling from our Museum and all the other Museums and contemporary spaces I visit abroad.

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There is a relatively stable number of visitors each year which shows trust in our choices. If I had to mention specifics, on the whole there have been a stable number of visitors across all of our exhibitions, but an increased influx has been noted for the more widely known artists.

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In our opinion, as long as the European Commission started and set a horizon this summer to launch formal negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania, we will have to deliver the promise we made.

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Arab-Greek relations, whether on an official or peoples’ level, are considered exemplary in every way and the reason is that this relation has its roots deep into history and throughout this history there were many positive encounters. Lately, we are witnessing interest a growing flow of Arab investment to Greece. Equally, there is increase in the trade balance between the two sides. However, Greek companies should take the major credit as they have managed, in spite of the crisis, to be resilient and penetrate new markets in the Arab world and successfully created a competitive edge for their products.

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