Varvitsiotis: The Work for Enhancing Greece’s International Position Never Stops

ATHENS — The work for enhancing Greece's international position never stops, underlined Alternate Foreign Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis on the occasion of one year of New Democracy's governance on Tuesday.

Varvitsiotis made this statement after his speech on Tuesday in the parliament in the context of the debate on the ratification of the overall and upgraded EU-Armenia partnership agreement and the EU-Central Africa connection agreement.

"Τοday, we complete one year from the day the Greek people decided to put an end to the deadlock dilemmas and to populism and decided to trust the country's governance to Kyriakos Mitsotakis. One year later, all the polls show that this trust remains strong," he underlined.

"For us it is a year of hard work and years of hard work to come because the work for society never ends," he said.

On today's ratification of the above agreements, he underlined that it is important to maintain inside this parliament a consensus in matters which are linked with the address of major national challenges. "We believe in strengthening the EU on the international stage, we believe in a Europe that has a strong voice and can export stability, democracy and economic growth," Varvitsiotis concluded.


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