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Marinos Gkasiamis

Athens, Greece
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About Marinos
Marinos Gasiamis was born on October of 1975 and grew up in Nea Smyrni Athens. His involvement in journalism began in 1995 but professionally entered in 1997. Marinos Gasiamis is a journalist based in Athens. He is an analyst on military and diplomatic issues. He was a war correspondent in Ukraine (2022), North Macedonia (2001), West Bank (2000), Kosovo (1998-1999) He also contributed to investigative journalism for several years. He is accredited by Mega TV and Ta Nea newspaper to the Ministries of National Defense and Foreign Affairs.
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Article on Turkish arms race

Live broadcast for president's of SYRIZA conscription for military duty

Red Sea: The frigate 'Hydra' opened fire on drones providing protection to a commercial ship

13 Mar 2024  |  www.megatv.com
The Greek frigate 'Hydra' engaged in its first operation under the EU's 'Aspides' mission in the Gulf of Aden, opening fire on two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) operated by Houthi forces, which subsequently retreated. The incident occurred on March 13, 2024, as the frigate was escorting the Panama-flagged, Italian-interest container ship 'Gina' to the port of Djibouti. The UAVs were detected by the frigate's radar, deemed suspicious, and later classified as hostile when they failed to emit a friendly signal. After visual confirmation, the frigate fired approximately four shots, causing the UAVs to turn north and withdraw. Greek Minister of National Defense Nikos Dendias expressed pride in the operations protecting national interests, while government spokesperson Pavlos Marinakis confirmed the frigate continued its mission without issues. This marks the first time a Greek naval surface vessel has used its main armament since the 'Lesvos' armament carrier during the events in Cyprus in 1974. Opposition parties have reacted to the incident.

Journey of MEGA to the bombed airport of Gostomel

04 May 2022  |  www.megatv.com
MEGA and journalist Marinos Gkasiameis reported on the strategic Gostomel Airport near Kyiv, a site of intense conflict between Russian and Ukrainian forces. The airport, only 10 kilometers from Kyiv, was vital for the Russian objective to capture the Ukrainian capital. Despite heavy losses, including at least 1,000 Russian soldiers, the Russians temporarily seized the airport with reinforcements from Belarus. Ukrainian forces regained control on April 2 after a large-scale Russian withdrawal. The site remains dangerous with mines and unexploded ordnance. The Antonov An-225 Mriya, the world's largest airplane, was destroyed during the battle. The Kremlin continues to threaten those supplying arms to Ukraine.

Investigative broadcat "The edge of twin"

War corespodance from FYROM back at 2001

Interview with former minister of european affairs of Turkiye mr Egemen Bagis for news.gr


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