Greece’s PM expresses concern over intensified Middle East crisis

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Greece’s Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis expressed his concerns over the growing crisis unfolding in the Middle East to Foreign Policy Editor-in-Chief, Ravi Agrawal on Thursday in Davos, Switzerland.

Mitsotakis emphasised Greece’s engagement with all sides involved in the Middle East crisis, maintaining an unbiased approach when offering support, including Israel’s right to self-defense regarding innocent victims in Gaza.

According to amna.gr, Mitsotakis specifically addressed the unfolding events in the Red Sea during the discussion at the World Economic Forum, highlighting the link between the aftermath of conflict and the impact on the bank’s efforts to reduce inflation.   

“Now that we are trying to reduce inflation, every break in the supply chains can only complicate central banks’ efforts,” Mitsotakis said.

Mitsotakis also showcased continuing compassion for the Ukraine and Turkey, reaffirming Greece’s stance with Europe in its united support of Kiev, alongside promoting the collaboration on the migration issue by welcoming Turkish tourists to Greek islands.


Source: amna.gr

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