Click here to download a copy of Dr Costas Karamanlis' speech (PDF)
Dr Costas Karamanlis, prime minister of Greece, will give a public lecture at LSE on Monday 20 November. His lecture is titled Greece and the European Union: partners in European reform.
The event will be chaired by Kevin Featherstone, professor of contemporary Greek studies at the LSE.
Greece and the European Union: partners in European reform is on Monday 20 November at 6.30pm in The Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, LSE, London WC2A. The event is free and open to all however a ticket is required. All general public tickets have been allocated but a returns queue will be in operation on the day. Click here for more information.
Costas Karamanlis will speak for the Hellenic Observatory Annual Lecture and is supported by the FT-Business - LSE European Institute. The next event in the Future of Europe series will take place on Wednesday 22 November. Peter Sutherland will present a lecture entitled 'Europe's Place in the World in the 21st Century'.
Focus News, Bulgaria
Greek PM Outlines Economic Policy at London School of Economics (21 Nov 06)
Prime Minister Kostas Karamanlis, making a speech at the LSE on Monday evening, outlined the government's economic policy, insisting on reforms with social consent and describing the new, hospitable business environment being created, while highlighting the country's geopolitical role.
Athens News Agency
PM Costas Karamanlis outlines Greece's economic policy at London School of Economics (21 Nov 06)
Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis, making a speech at the London School of Economics on Monday evening, outlined his economic policy, insisting on reforms with social consent and describing the hospitable investments environment being created, while highlighting the country's geopolitical role.
Athens News Agency, Greece
PM Caramanlis on visit to London, to meet with British counterpart Blair
Prime minister Costas Karamanlis will address the London School of Economics on Monday afternoon and meet with British prime minister Tony Blair on Tuesday.
17 November 2006