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PM Mitsotakis’ Schedule in Thessaloniki on Tuesday

ATHENS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be in Thessaloniki on Tuesday morning, with a schedule beginning with a visit at 11:00 to the Macedonia bus station.

He will then hold successive meetings with Governor of Central Macedonia Apostolos Tzitzikostas and Mayor of Thessaloniki Konstantinos Zervas, before paying a visit to AHEPA University General Hospital of Thessaloniki.

Mitsotakis' program also includes meetings at the Macedonia & Thrace Ministry with the Organisation of Urban Transportation of Thessaloniki (OASTh) board of directions; the Alexander Innovation Zone SA regarding the concession of 307.5 hectares by the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) for the creation of a technology park; and Mayor of Pavlos Melas Municipality Dimitris Demourtzidis for the renovation of the former 'Pavlos Melas' army camp.

Finally, Mitsotakis will visit the Center of Chronic Diseases 'Agios Panteleimon' of the Central Macedonia Welfare Center, before a visit to the company BETA CAE.

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