Greece’s Prime Minister meets with King Charles III


Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has met with King Charles III at Windsor Castle in the United Kingdom on Monday.

Mitsotakis was accompanied by his wife Mareva-Grabowski Mitsotakis.

According to Ekathimerini, the two men discussed issues including environmental initiatives, and government plans to develop the former royal palaces at Tatoi using the restoration of Dumfries House in Scotland as a template.

For several years, the Tatoi Palace suffered extensive wear and tear until late 2019 when the Greek Ministry of Culture proceeded with plans to begin restorations works.

After almost a year of conservation work, the Greek Government has now announced the estate will become a mixed-use development upon completion of restoration.

Mitsotakis had previously addressed the issue of the restoration of the Tatoi palace in north-western Greece with King Charles in April.

Source: Ekathimerini.




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