Griechen in Wien is an initiative organized from a group of worried young Greeks that live and study in Vienna. The point of this blog is to inform its readers about what is really going on with Greece and the financial crisis, on an attempt to clear out the misconceptions that have been promoted from the Media and bring real news to the reader’s attention. We also hope it will work as a meeting platform for people engaged in global change towards peace, democracy and a healthy financial system, no matter where they come from.

This Blog is bilingual. Though it is mainly written in English we also post a lot of content in German.
We’ll do our best to translate all information in both languages.

Thank you for being here, Griechen in Wien


4 responses to “About

  1. Patritsia Kotsovskagia

    May 1, 2012 at 12:24 am

    thank u! i was looking all over the internet some information about a situation in Greece! thank you for sharing! I have realtives who live in Athens…they said it became really depressive over there…
    thank you.

    • baltar

      May 25, 2012 at 10:09 pm

      I am fluttered.I will try to keep posting, as I find myself working too much these days..

      The Greek psyche HAS become, pretty depressive, it’s true. But also very creative!
      Keep in mind, that the Greeks have this inherent capacity to pull out a miracle in the end.

      Be well and thank you back!

  2. Reinhold Mannsberger

    May 9, 2012 at 9:51 am

    “Banken in die Schranken!” wants to go Greek. Therefore we are desperately looking for a German-Greek translator for this document:

    • baltar

      May 25, 2012 at 10:00 pm

      I do hope you already found someone (since it took me a while to respond…) In case you are still looking, I believe I can be of assistance.
      Please contact me to provide you with translators’ information.


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