PM Mitsotakis Rules Out Possibility of Early Elections

ATHENS — "This government cares about the whole of Greek society without discriminating," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras on Friday in parliament. "We are all judged by our policies," he said .

Mitsotakis ruled out the possibility of early elections, adding that the country does not need elections. "The main core of our policy has not changes but some interventions will be made. We hope to receive significant amounts of capital from the recovery fund, so you have ample time to go on your holidays and we can make an appointment for the elections in 2023," Mitsotakis concluded.



NEW YORK – For the antiquities seized by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, in the context of multiple criminal investigations against high-profile traffickers and smugglers, the value of which exceeds $20 million, as well as for other important matters that fall within the competence of the Ministry of Culture, such as reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures, the Tomb of Amphipolis, and the Dikteon Cave of Crete, we had the opportunity to talk with Greek Minister of Culture Lina Mendoni, after the repatriation ceremony of the 29 looted antiquities at the Greek Consulate in New York on March 21.

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