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Mitsotakis: Animal Protection Is a Matter of Culture and Concerns Us All

ATHENS — "It is time for Greece to take courageous steps towards the protection of our little friends," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in a post on Twitter and on Facebook on Friday, accompanied by a relevant video on the bill for the protection and care of pets now in the process of public consultation.

"Animal protection is a matter of culture and concerns us all," he underlined.

Mitsotakis also noted that, among other things, the goals of the new draft bill for pets are: "Caring for stray animals, support of adoption, protection from abuse, ensuring their well-being. These are just some of the goals of the new bill."

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