PRIME MINISTER KYRIAKOS MITSOTAKIS ATTENDS "RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, NATIONAL STRATEGY 2024-2030" EVENT. (GIANNIS PANAGOPOULOS/EUROKINISSI)
ATHENS – The government will continue the bold reforms in its effort to fight for a better life, for everyone, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Monday during a conference of people with disabilities.
“I want you to know that I will always be by your side and you should never hesitate to point out our weaknesses and the areas where we need to to move faster,” he added.
The prime minister stated that the government’s constant goal is for these hundreds of thousands of our fellow citizens and their families to finally achieve the position they deserve in our daily lives.
“People who deserve our practical respect. With initiatives that will remove the many obstacles which – let’s be honest – still exist in their dignified social and economic integration,” he noted.
Mitsotakis also referred to the efforts made to provide financial and professional support for people with disabilities. “And you see that I also insist a lot on professional support, because I have always believed that allowances should exist but our policy cannot be exhausted only in the increase of allowances.”
ATHENS - There was keen investor interest in acquiring a 27 percent stake in Piraeus Bank from Greece’s bank bailout fund, which was oversubscribed as it will be the third of the country’s four biggest banks to be fully privatized.
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