Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, in a speech related to the government’s confidence vote, said that he conduct and cooperation of our neighbors will define their path to the European Union.
Mitsotakis briefly referred to the Prespa Agreement and Greek-Turkish relations.
“As we have said on several occasions, a priority is to mitigate the negative effects of the Prespa Agreement. The main point here is the protection of Macedonian products in northern Greece and a big international campaign promoting our Macedonia. The conduct and good cooperation of our neighbors will define their path to the European Union,” said Mitsotakis.
While presenting the government’s priorities, the prime minister focused on tax and red tape cuts, changes in the sectors of health and education, amendments to the electoral code, increased security of citizens etc.