Skertsos: Economic Support Will Continue as Long as the Crisis Lasts

ATHENS – “We live in very difficult times that have cast a big shadow over us and make us all worry about tomorrow. However, the government has shown that it can manage difficult crises, we have a prime minister who is on top of things and fights battles here, in Greece, and in Europe by taking initiatives,” State Minister Akis Skertsos said in an interview with Action24 late on Tuesday.

He also said that the energy problem was “very difficult, we see this every day, we all see the increases in our bills, however the government saw it coming early on and took initiatives in September.” This support “will continue as long as the crisis lasts,” he added, while emphasising that, for now, “we must understand that European solutions have to be found, in addition to those that have been given so far.”


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