Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis referred to the government and the state's readiness to act immediately in terms of the support measures for the restoration of the damages in areas hit by the extreme weather phenomena a few months ago in the region of Karditsa, at a meeting held on Saturday in the city.
Specifically, he said that the "state was and will be present every time the citizen needs it" he noted adding that "the principles of the government's actions are "Coordination, speed, innovation in the management of the problem, transparency and accountability".
Mitsotakis also referred to the course of the pandemic and the new round of restriction measures that the government imposed on Friday in the region of Attica. "Unfortunately, you are aware that in some regions of Greece we were forced to impose restrictions in the operation of the retail because that's what the scientists recommended. We constantly evaluate and have chosen a policy of readjustments in order to always be in front of the developments.
Finally, he referred to the importance of E65 road network for the wider region, the sustainable farming with green imprint and to the huge importance "we give as government to the mountainous areas of Greece.
Earlier, Mitsotakis pointed out the importance of E65 road network referring to an iconic work and a personal challenge during his visit to Trikala.
"Today is an important day, not only for the city of Trikala, not only for western Thessaly but also for Epirus and western Macedonia as we can announce that this iconic work will complete" he said at his speech at Tsitsanis Museum in Trikala.
"For me this work was a personal bet and we achieved to persuade the European Commission to give the green light. We are ready to proceed and we will proceed rapidly" Mitsotakis said.