Mitsotakis in Grevena: I Have No Doubt That the Citizens Have Memory and Know What Is Best For Them

February 26, 2023

GREVENA – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday called on the citizens of Grevena to rally for New Democracy in the major battle ahead of the general elections “in order to continue to keep Greece high with New Democracy strong and powerful”.

Mitsotakis set the elections’ dilemmas saying “Now you compare the four-year New Democracy term with former four-year SYRIZA term and you have a clear choice : will we move on or turn back? Will we remain in an environment of reduced taxes or return to the overtaxation of the middle classes. Will we continue to have a safe country that protects its borders and counts in Europe or return to third world exploration eras and other geopolitical instabilities?”

He said that these are the dilemmas of the upcoming elections and have their own special significance. «I have no doubt that the Greek people have memory and know very well what is best for them, collectively and personally.

Finally, the Prime Minister referred to matters concerning the region of Grevena and expressed his optimism over its development prospects and engaged that his government will continue to support the region with the implementation of the necessary works.


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