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Staikouras to Announce Financial Support Measures at 10:00 am

November 5, 2020

ATHENS — Finance Minister Christos Staikouras will present the additional financial support measures that will be adopted during the heightened measures against the pandemic at 15:00 on Thursday, after Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announces the new measures against the spread of coronavirus.

Additionally, at 18:00, Deputy Civil Protection and Crises Management Minister Nikos Hardalias and Deputy Health Minister Vassilis Kontozamanis, along with the general secretary of Trade and Consumer Portection Panagiotis Staboulidis, will make announcements on the implementation of the protection measures to curb the spread of the virus.

 

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