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Greek Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis Meets with Michael Dukakis in Massachusetts

February 27, 2023

BROOKLINE, MA – Kyriakos Pierrakakis, Greece’s Minister of Digital Governance, visited former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis in Brookline on February 26. The two discussed Greece’s remarkable financial recovery following a ten-year recession and the nation’s role in stabilizing the region amid the geopolitical, economic, and technological challenges that all countries are currently facing.

Greece’s Minister of Digital Governance, Kyriakos Pierrakakis, with former Massachusetts Governor and 1988 Democratic Presidential Nominee, Michael Dukakis in Brookline, Massachusetts. (Photo: twitter.com/Pierrakakis)

Pierrakakis was delighted to meet the 1988 Democratic Presidential Nominee and praised Dukakis’ decisive spirit, which he said serves as an inspiration to all those working towards a Greece that continues to make progress. In recent years, Greece has made significant strides, including strong economic growth and job creation, and a reduction in unemployment rates.

 

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