Alexandroúpolis

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Alexandroúpolis

(Greek alɛksanˈðrupɔlis)
n
(Placename) a port in NE Greece, in W Thrace. Pop: 52 720 (2001 est). Former name (until the end of World War I): Dedéagach
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All 16 people had been crammed into what police described as a 'jeep-like vehicle', heading towards the Greek town of Alexandroupolis.
Kenya's ports of Mombasa and Lamu are set to sign twinning agreements with their Greek counterpart ports of Piraeus and Alexandroupolis.
The government has been considering a stake of about 25 percent in the development of a floating facility off the Greek city of Alexandroupolis for over two years and will most likely participate with state gas company Bulgartransgaz.
ANKARA, July 16 (KUNA) -- Turkish Foreign Minister Mawloud Jaoush Oglu on Saturday called on Greece to return to Turkey eight soldiers who took part in the failed coup and fled afterwards in a military helicopter to the Greek border city of Alexandroupolis. "We demand the return of the eight treasonous soldiers expeditiously who fled to Greece (after the aborted coup)," said Oglu in a press statement, adding that Greek authorities expressed readiness to cooperate with Turkey.
The two, driving a trailer, were arrested on Saturday night by coastguard officers near the port of the north-eastern Greek city of Alexandroupolis.
The route of the pipeline was to lie from the Bulgarian city of Burgas on the Black Sea to the Greek city of Alexandroupolis on the Aegean coast.
Summary: Sofia, July 27, 2010, SPA -- Bulgaria and Greece on Tuesday failed to agree on a 1.3-billion-dollar pipeline deal to transport Russian oil from Burgas to Alexandroupolis. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov voiced environmental concerns, saying the project...
The route would go from Burgas on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast to the Greek port of Alexandroupolis, providing an outlet to the Mediterranean, thus avoiding the busy Bosporus.
The recipes themselves range from Saragli ti Alexandroupoli (Walnut Phyllo Roll Alexandroupolis); to Patates me Dendrolivano e Thimari (Potatoes with Rosemary or Thyme); to Keftedes sto Furno meh Domates ke Vasiliko (Baked Meatballs with Tomato and Basil); to &Yia Yia's Koulourakia (Grandma's Easter Cookies).
Oil would be taken by tankers from Novorossiysk on the Caspian Sea to the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Bourgas from where it would be sent another 320 kilometres overland by pipeline to Alexandroupolis in the far northeast of Greece.