Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will visit Kozani and Ioannina today and tomorrow.
Tomorrow, Friday, the Prime Minister will meet in Kozani with representatives of the University of Western Macedonia, will have a meeting with local bodies and will chair a meeting on the course of de-lignification and fair transition.
Four days after Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced that faithful at Orthodox churches will have to present a negative COVID-19 rapid test in order to enter a church, the Holy Synod, the Church's executive organ, announced that it does not have the wherewithal to conduct such checks at the entrances of Church's.
The Greek Government is on the lookout for Christmas, in an effort to avoid the worst. November tends to be a "black" month as infections are climbing and unfortunately the same goes for people who lose the battle with the coronavirus. The campaign launched by the competent bodies in order to raise the coveted wall of immunity, is in progress and everyone hopes for the best possible result.
An article by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is hosted by the British newspaper "The Mail on Sunday", in which he calls on his British counterpart to seize the opportunity at this time, and the current generation to be the one to finally reunite the Parthenon Sculptures.
Here is the full text of the Prime Minister's article:
Vaccination in Greece has accelerated significantly and now covers more than seven million people, Greek media reported. The government is not considering introducing new measures and will not change its strategy regarding the fourth wave of the pandemic, Ta Nea newspaper writes. The fact that the interest in administering a third dose of the vaccine is high is also assessed as positive.