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Caretaker Government Sworn in at the Presidential Mansion

ATHENS – The ministers of the interim government, which will govern Greece until the upcoming election on June 25, were sworn in before President Katerina Sakellaropoulou of the Hellenic Republic and the newly appointed Prime Minister Ioannis Sarmas at the Presidential Mansion on Friday.

The swearing-in ceremony concluded with the customary photo of all the members of the new interim government.

Caretaker government sworn in at the presidential mansion. (Photo by GIANNIS PANAGOPOULOS/EUROKINISSI)

THE NEW CABINET

Prime Minister: Ioannis Sarmas

State Minister: Vasilios Skouris

Finance Minister: Theodoros Pelagidis

Development and Investments Minister: Eleni Louri

Foreign Affairs Minister: Vasilios Kaskarelis

National Defence Minister: Alkiviadis Stefanis

Education and Religions Minister: Christos Kittas

Labour and Social Affairs Minister: Patrina Paparrigopoulou

Health Minister: Anastasia Kotanidou

Environment and Energy Minister: Pantelis Kapros

Citizen Protection Minister: Charalambos Lalousis

Culture and Sports Minister: George Koumentakis

Justice Minister: Filippos Spyropoulos

Interior Minister: Kalliopi Spanou

Migration and Asylum Minister: Daniil Esdras

Digital Governance Minister: Sokratis Katsikas

Infrastructure and Transport Minister: Yiannis Golias

Shipping and Island Policy Minister: Theodoros Kliaris

Agricultural Development and Foods Minister: Georgios Tsakiris

Tourism Minister: Ioanna Dretta

Climate Crisis and Civil Protection Minister: Evangelos Tournas

Caretaker government sworn in at the presidential mansion. (Photo by GIANNIS PANAGOPOULOS/EUROKINISSI)
Caretaker government sworn in at the presidential mansion. (Photo by GIANNIS PANAGOPOULOS/EUROKINISSI)

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