Prime Minister unveils four-year roadmap for Greece

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Greece’s re-elected Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis unveiled his government’s roadmap for the next four years during an inaugural cabinet meeting in Athens on Wednesday.

According to Ekathimerini, Mitsotakis met with his newly sworn-in ministers at the Maximos Mansion and delivered a speech outlining his future plans.

In his speech, Mitsotakis started off by thanking the Greek people for putting their trust in him and his government to serve another four year term.

“We are proud and grateful for the choice made by the Greek people,” Mitsotakis said.

“Greeks have unequivocally rejected false promises and have shown remarkable maturity by endorsing behaviours that prioritise honesty.”

The Greek Prime Minister then stressed that the government’s blueprint for the next four years will revolve around the four key pillars of “improved wages, enhanced public health, a better-functioning state, and a better quality of life in a strong Greece.”

During the cabinet meeting, the new ministers also received the so-called “blue folders” which provide a comprehensive overview of priorities for each ministry along with their respective timelines for implementation.

Source: Ekathimerini.

READ MORE: Far-right parties make comeback in Greece’s election.

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