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20 years in the EU: Cyprus

On 1 May 2004, 10 countries joined the European Union: Cyprus, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. This historic enlargement of the EU from 15 to 25 members was the culmination of a long accession process leading to the reunification of a Europe that had been divided for half a century. The enlargement made the EU the world’s largest integrated market and increased trade between member states, contributing to economic growth in the EU and in the acceding countries. It also brought rights and opportunities to citizens, based on common European values. To mark the 20 years anniversary, this series of video stockshots provides illustration images of the capital cities and selected EU-funded projects which are benefitting the people in each of the 10 countries.

 

 

RAI NEWS - Fixer / Spotlight: Cipro, l'isola del tesoro - Video Link [2021]
 
 
RUV - Cameraman / Samherji's activities, accusations of co-owners and one more politician - Video Link [2021]

Vice Greece Specials: S5EP5 - Producer / 2nd Camera for Vice Greece [2018]

Nicosia: the last divided capital in the world [GREEK] (https://video.vice.com/gr/video/nicosia-the-last-divided-european-capital/59106ed1ffc1a92f14a99b2d)

October 25, 2016 - UNDERREPORTED GREECE - VICE S1EP7

(https://video.vice.com/en_uk/video/back-to-syria/58490918e8c2d2e81ead4616) - Filming for Vice Greece

Back to Syria

There are thousands of refugees and immigrants locked in Greece and the vast majority of them is experiencing a suffocating situation. The closure of the borders during the Spring of 2016, means that they cannot reach Central Europe. Most live in refugee camps and are waiting for the completion of the asylum procedure. Others, however, leave the camps and are temporarily staying in abandoned buildings. They are seeking for traffickers to help them continue the journey to Europe, but many of the refugees have decided to return illegally to Turkey.

Published July 3, 2015 - Greece Heats Up As Referendum Nears

As Greeks get ready to vote in a July 5 referendum on the bailout terms set by the European Union and European Central Bank, AJ+ asked young Greeks how they're dealing with the situation.