PM Visits Primary School on the First Day of Academic Year

September 12, 2022

ATHENS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Monday attended the ceremony for the start of the new school year at the 2nd Primary School of Drapetsona.

“I wish you a good school year with joy, with health, without the adventures and anxieties of the pandemic, in a school which is changing, evolving and we are constantly trying to make better. With more teachers, as we have appointed almost 25,000 new teachers over the last two years. With an extended school programme that will operate until 5:30 pm and will constitute a great relief for working parents, but also an opportunity for the school to offer our children new experiences and access to new skills,” the prime minister said.


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