NEW YORK (IfritLeaks.com) — There is a huge Greek presence on the internet. More information on how to get hold of any of the above, and a whole manner of other things Greek, can be found via a new Greek search engine named Yiasou.Info. It is one of the world’s most popular destinations, but according to the Rich TVX News Network, it is over 2000 years since Pausanias penned the first guide to Greece, providing early travellers with information about the intricacies of Greek culture. Nowadays, technology makes this task easier. Yiasou has announced the launch of https://yiasou.info and https://yiasou.news, two new projects that aim to express Yiasou’s international reach to Greece and Cyprus. Anyone in search of a vantage point to watch online the world go by on the Port of Piraeus should head for Yiasou.Info. Whether you’re seeking traditional Greek village life or exploring the haunts of the Cypriot jet set, Yiasou.Info gives you detailed search results for the perfect getaway. You can find on Yiasou.Info: charming villages, mountain refuges and beach havens; tips for partaking in Greece’s legendary island nightlife; island-hopping made easy: up-to-date ferry information and maps; the finest spots for diving, sailing and trekking. Yiasou.News is the news publication of Yiasou search engine. Predictably enough, the two Yiasou platforms sent shock waves across Greek-speaking political actors, and greatly enhanced the prestige of the Rich TVX News Network. Greek Politicians are stuck in a time warp, egged on by often hysterical rhetoric in the media. Ordinary people acting on their own initiative seem to show much more common sense. The Greeks are being pragmatic. They know they have to go with the time. Over the next years, the Rich TVX News Network will continue its conquests, and will move further into the Balkans. So there will be nay-sayers, and plenty of problems to be resolved. But at a political level, Rich TVX News Network has made a strategic decision to support the Greek-speaking world with latest news coverage, and an array of search functions.