Mitsotakis: “This Year We Will also Learn how We Can All Be Responsible Citizens”

September 14, 2020

ATHENS — "I admire the fact that you are all so conscientious and that you will finally do the right thing," underlined Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Monday, praising the children for wearing masks while visiting a primary school at Aghii Anargyri.

Mitsotakis, who was accompanied by Education Minister Niki Kerameus, said that "this is a moment when your are allowed to copy each other: to wear face masks, keep safe distances, wash your hands and avoid hugging and kissing. This year, as well as our lessons, we will also learn how we can all be responsible citizens," Mitsotakis said.


ATHENS - As he did with Albania over the jailing of ethnic Greek Fredi Beleri after winning a mayoral election, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Greece will stymie North Macedonia’s hopes of joining the European Union if a new government insists on calling it Macedonia.

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