Greek PM MItsotakis: An Iconic Work, E65 Road Network Will Complete (Vid)

January 30, 2021

ATHENS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Saturday pointed out the importance of E65 road network referring to an iconic work and a personal challenge.

"Today is an important day, not only for the city of Trikala, not only for western Thessaly but also for Epirus and western Macedonia as we can announce that this iconic work will complete" he said at his speech at Tsitsanis Museum in Trikala.

"For me this work was a personal bet and we achieved to persuade the European Commission to give the green light. We are ready to proceed and we will proceed rapidly" Mitsotakis said.

After the conclusion of the event for E65, the Prime Minister left for the city of Karditsa where he will visit, among others, the cleaning work site of river Karabali and will take part in a meeting on the course of the relief and restoration works from the extreme weather conditions that brought Ianos front.

Finally, he will visit E65 construction site at Xyniada.


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