Tsipras Meets with Professor of Epidemiology Linou

November 16, 2020

ATHENS — Main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras on Monday met with professor of epidemiology Athina Linou to discuss the developments on the front of the pandemic.

The leader of SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance thanked Linou for her throughout this period to sound the alarm over the dangers of Covid-19, even during the long period of complacency in the summer months.

"We see," said the main opposition leader, "that developments are not good at a very crucial time," and stressed that "at we must now agree on the self-evident. There is no need for a divisive outlook."

He noted that "even in critical issues of political disagreement, reconciliation can be found and no one should be artificially sharpening polarisation and division."

He thanked Linou for her contribution, emphasising that "the attitude of each individual is critical to be able to face this collective danger for society and our people."


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