Eurogroup president and Irish Finance Minister Pascal Donahue on Friday said he shared the Greek side’s optimism over a post-pandemic recovery in 2021 and 2022, during his meeting in Athens with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, while adding that “…this growth will be accelerated by the (Greece’s) Recovery and Resilience Plan, which we consider one of the best in Europe.”
During joint statements at the Maximos Mansion in Athens, Mitsotakis, on his part, said the center-right government continuing implementing real reforms in the country despite the pandemic’s repercussions, “something that I believe brings us to the right point in order to be able to benefit by the pending growth.”
Ο τουρισμός που κερδίζει το στοίχημα στη Θεσσαλονίκη και την Κεντρική Μακεδονία και οι επιχειρήσεις που γεννιούνται στα εργαστήρια του ΑΠΘ
Boy, 6, severely injured after kart racer slams into railings in Patras
The child sustained head injuries and remained in an area hospital’s ICU on Sunday evening.
Covid-19 Greece: 1,305 new infections, 33 related deaths, 348 intubated patients on Sun.
Another 33 related deaths were also reported on the day, bringing the death toll since the advent of the pandemic to 14,466.
Tsipras: It wasn't the SYRIZA govt's choice to burden the middle class
SYRIZA party president Alexis Tsipras, appeared at the customary press brief allocated to the country’s main opposition leader during the second weekend of the annual Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF)
Thessaloniki International Fair – Tsipras answering to a question of OT.gr – SYRIZA would abolish the tax for parental benefits on properties up to 300,000 euros
The president of SYRIZA said that Mr. Mitsotakis is not interested in the middle class, but "he is interested in a small minority, his environment, the people he meets."
Tsipras – Tax system with a logic of justice and progressiveness
"The VAT issue must be assessed based on the potential of the economy"
Tsipras – “It was not our choice to burden the middle class”
"It was a national need to get out of the memorandums and settle the debt…"
Tsipras calls on Greek PM to announce snap elections, if he dares
Τhe leader of the opposition referred to the pandemic, blaming the government for the manipulations and the course of the vaccinations
Tsakalotos to OT.gr – There may be elections in 2022
The parliamentary representative of SYRIZA criticized the measures announced by the Prime Minister, speaking to OT.gr
Papas to OT.gr – The Greek govt remains inactive – What did he say about the snap elections
The Head of the parliamentary group of SYRIZA for issues related to investments and development, Nikos Pappas, criticized the Greek government, which he accuses of inaction and delay in the completion of major projects, speaking at the stand of OT at the Thessaloniki International Fair
Adamidis to OT.gr – Why is there an increase in electricity tariffs
The President of GENOP PPC, George Adamidis, speaking to OT.gr expressed his fear that an energy cartel will be created