Greek Prime Minister’s optimistic forecasts amid massive protests

At the International Fair in Thessaloniki, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced the imminent end of the pandemic and economic growth. Meanwhile, protests in the northern capital escalated into clashes with the police. During his annual speech, the Greek prime minister was optimistic that the economy is expected to grow by 5.9% this year, up […]

Greek Prime Minister on fire situation today

After receiving the latest information on the progress of the fires in Greece, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced some improvement in the situation. The Prime Minister visited the Joint Coordination Center for Fire Service Operations today, his press service reported. Mitsotakis was briefed on the ongoing and extinguished fires. It was noted that fighting the […]

Mitsotakis: “The country is facing an unprecedented environmental crisis”

On Thursday, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the Ilia (Elis) region of the Peloponnese, the home of the Olympic Games, Ancient Olympia. During the visit, Mitsotakis thanked all those who participated in rescue from fires sanctuaries and announced an unprecedented environmental crisis that the country is experiencing due to the heat wave and severe […]

British Prime Minister’s Secret Wedding

Boris Johnson became the official husband of Carrie Symonds, the couple secretly married at Westminster Cathedral in the presence of a narrow circle of guests. The Sun reports that the ceremony, which took place today, was not announced and came as a surprise even for the prime minister’s close subordinates. Due to restrictions related to […]

Greek Prime Minister on the Russian trace in the situation with Ryanair

Against the background of rumors about Russia’s involvement in the emergency landing of a Ryanair plane in Minsk, Kyriakos Mitsotakis rejects the assumption of any participation of the Russian Federation in the events, while welcoming the EU’s decisions on Belarus. This was discussed on Tuesday at a meeting of the Greek Prime Minister with journalists […]

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