By Penelope Galliou

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Next station Larissa. Step by step and city by city, the prime minister will take it from now on with a barrage of tours throughout Greece in order to “plough” the country and cultivate the expectations and confidence of the citizens who will give him a “vote of confidence” in the upcoming elections, for a second four-year rule.

Today’s station of the prime minister is the “plain” which is – as has been proven during the previous election contests – the barometer of the election results and for the entire territory.

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As in the previous critical areas for the election result, in Larissa too Kyriakos Mitsotakis he will have a series of contacts with local bodies, meet and talk with farmers in the area and is expected to visit the Joist innovation park, a phygital ecosystem that enhances innovation and knowledge transfer in the fields of entrepreneurship, technology, science, art and design.

Of course, everyone’s eyes and interest are focused on the presentation of the development program for Thessaly, but also on the pre-election speech, which will be held in the afternoon at the Alcazar indoor gym.

A speech in which the prime minister is expected to make an extensive reference to the government’s actions of the last four years, the support of the agricultural world and the whole of society from the consequences of the international energy crisis, emphasizing that the government has implemented what it promised, despite the adverse conditions created by international circumstances.

At the same time, Kyriakos Mitsotakis will also repeat from Thessaly the dilemmas of the upcoming ballot box which are contained in the questions “stability or adventures”, progress or regression” and on these the citizens will be invited to place themselves, behind the screen of the first Sunday of the elections.

The prime minister’s next stop after Larissa will be Grevena tomorrow, while his return to the north again, specifically to West Thessaloniki, is locked for Wednesday, March 1st.

A visit that will be of additional interest as it will be the prime minister’s first after the departure of former prime minister Kostas Karamanlis from the ballot of A’ Thessaloniki.

As it seems, Kyriakos Mitsotakis has reduced the filling of the gap in the A Thessaloniki ballot to a personal matter, with the information stating that he will choose to be there for his third candidacy, apart from Evros and West Athens and the relevant announcement is expected to make it his tour of the city.