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Greek PM Mitsotakis on Euro 2004: Τeamwork and Discipline the Recipe for Success

ATHENS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis remembered with former football player and member of the Greek National team that won the Euro 2004 Takis Fyssas at COSMOTE TV 's programme "2004 seconds" the days of the Greek team's victory on Sunday.

The prime minister expressed his joy for this talk at the emblematic Kallimarmaro Stadium in Athens, a place, as he said, full of memories, and remembered the night of July 5th 2004 when we welcomed at this stadium the National Greek Football team.

Mitsotakis said that he was here that day saying that it was an unforgettable experience "because I believe, as a man who is a fan of sports and watches football very much, that there has never been or will be again biggest surprise in the history of football from the Greek team's victory in Euro 2004".

Mitsotakis referred to the young children saying that there is nothing better than to get involved with sports which is a way out from the stress and the problems.

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