This video says about itself:
Counting the Cost: Greece‘s hidden riches
16 March 2013
Hundreds of billions of dollars worth of oil and gas are believed trapped under the seabed around Greece – enough to wipe out the country’s debt for good. But can they get to it? And who else is looking to get their hands on the energy bonanza? Some experts say the recent discoveries of oil and gas in the Aegean Sea could turn the entire region into the ‘New Gulf’. But where there is oil, there is usually some sort of conflict.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Top job for Greek “crisis minister”
Sunday March 2 2014, 18:07 (Update: 02-03-14, 18:15)
Greece has reacted with outrage to the appointment of former Finance Minister Papathanassiou as CEO of Hellenic Petroleum, the largest oil company in the country. Papathanassiou is held co-responsible for the major financial problems in the country in 2009.
Former Prime Minister Papandreou urged the government to rescind the appointment. Because the government is a shareholder of Hellenic Petroleum, the government had to okay the appointment of Papathanassiou. Last week, a majority voted for the appointment.
According to Papandreou, the appointment is unacceptable. He says that the decision is at odds with “the painful efforts of the Greek people to help the country out of crisis.”
While all that pain only makes the crisis worse, Mr Papandreou.
The former prime minister was also critical of his own party PASOK. Also that party agreed to the appointment of Papathanassiou.
HUNDREDS of armed riot police were employed last Friday morning in Athens in a series of tear-gas and truncheon attacks against protesting state teachers, school guards and sacked tax offices’ cleaners: here.