A message that the battle for accuracy will continue, as speculation will not be tolerated, the Prime Minister has sent Kyriakos Mitsotakis during his regular monthly meeting with the President of the Republic, Katerina Sakellaropoulou.

In the wake of the ELAS operations in the universities, Mr. Mitsotakis explained that the illegal acts in the HEIs they will not be accepted, while he pointed out that “it is impossible not to delete students who commit illegal acts in universities.


“I believe that the interventions we have made show some first results, without under any circumstances saying that we are satisfied and saying that we are stopping our efforts. The interventions made by the Ministry of the Interior have led to noticeable reductions in a number of consumer products, including baby milk, where the reductions now exceed 15%,” the Prime Minister emphasized.

Controls for the proper functioning of the market, he clarified, continue unabated… The message the government sends is clear: We are not going to accept phenomena on an issue that currently concerns the vast majority of Greek households, hence the fines that have entered are important.

“We will continue to strictly control the market to make sure that all companies, regardless of how big they are, will implement the law as it has been passed,” he pointed out.


“We are also continuing our important interventions in the health sector, utilizing European resources. We are making very important interventions in the buildings of our hospitals in their equipment, so that step by step we can say that we are building the new NHS that all Greeks expect is a continuous and continuous effort”.

European elections

“The contribution of the Development Fund and European resources in general is great. In a few months we will have European elections and it is very important to highlight the positive side of Europe and how much benefited our country is against the voices of populism and sterile Euroscepticism” noted the Prime Minister.

The position of the prime minister in detail

“Starting with the fact that an intense month of important parliamentary interventions has come to an end, our attention turns to everyday issues. We have discussed the problem of accuracy many times. I believe that our interventions are showing the first results without this meaning that we are stopping the effort.

Our interventions have caused price reductions in products, especially baby milk, exceeding 15%” while sending the message that “we are not going to accept profiteering in an issue that concerns the vast majority of households. The fines are significant and we will continue to carry out checks so that all companies, no matter how big, are following the law.”

As you saw there were businesses in Athens and Thessaloniki. Illegal acts will not be accepted and the government and ELAS will be at the forefront of the performance of university departments to students so that they remain centers of knowledge and do not become a place of sterile conflicts.”

We also need the cooperation of the rector’s authorities who must rise to the occasion and assume their responsibilities” while he pointed out that “it is impossible not to expel students who engage in illegal acts at universities. In no other country in the world would there be the tolerance that is sometimes shown for such phenomena.

We must strategically turn our attention to Thessaly and the ways to protect it from flooding phenomena.

We need to look at the issue of dwindling water resources despite the devastation caused by storm Daniel. We stand close to our farmers, we satisfy the requests we consider fair, added the prime minister and added that “we are discussing the permanent way of returning the EFFK so that it is done with fairer criteria and primarily benefits professional farmers”.

We will continue to fight for the support of the Greek primary sector in Europe recognizing that the Green Transition must take place but on the other hand expressing clear reservations about how it has been launched to date because it is not possible to impose burdensome obligations and they make the European primary sector not competitive”.