The groups of citizens who have been most affected by the domino crisis in recent years were committed to support by the prime minister, unfolding his plans in the interview he granted to SKAI and Giorgos Autias.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis made three announcements in the interview after all the material he provided:

1) Those receiving EKAS will not participate in the pharmaceutical expense

2) Support will continue for those pensioners who have a personal difference until it is eliminated

3) Beneficiaries of young people up to 39 years of age in the “My Home” program will be doubled for a loan with favorable terms.

The prime minister also referred to the support of small and medium enterprises, which will have the possibility, through a new platform that will open in a month, to receive loans through the Hellenic Development Bank.

THE Kyriakos Mitsotakis he once again referred to the investment grade, pointing out that this is likely to happen after the election. As he explained, this success will increase investment and reduce borrowing costs for the state, banks, businesses and households.

In the interview, however, a debate issue arose between Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Alexis Tsipras. Giorgos Autias addressed the invitation to Kyriakos Mitsotakis who had no objection and a little while later there was a reaction from Alexis Tsipras, who publicly stated that he accepts a telefight on SKAI with the prime minister.

The prime minister also referred to YOU, saying characteristically: “The NHS must first of all say that it endured during the pandemic but at the same time it got tired. Public health is one of the three central priorities of the new four-year period if the Greek people trust us. We have secured resources to modernize emergency departments and will do so. We will support primary health.”

Asked about the accident in Tempe, he expressed confidence that “we will find out the truth. There is absolutely no cover up, it is my personal commitment. We will learn not only from the findings, but from the justice that moves with speed in this case. We will have developments”.

He added that “that day was the most difficult day of my tenure and one of the most difficult of my life, it was a punch in the stomach, I felt an obligation to take responsibility for the system that should have been ready but wasn’t , we didn’t fully implement it. However, I cannot go back in time, the contract will be completed, the trains will be running safely again, and we will more boldly confront the foci of anachronism in the public sector.”