Munich: Q. Hearty round of applause for Mitsotakis – “who fixed Greece's finances and legalized same-sex marriage”

The Prime Minister received a standing ovation Kiriakos Mitsotakis During his speech at the context of the 60th Munich Conference “As the man who regulated Greece's finances, he also deserves congratulations”, because Marriage of same-sex couples in Greece”. I'm a few hours off sleep here, but I think this is an important decision and I'm proud to introduce the bill As a centre-right leaderKiriakos Mitsotakis said.

Munich: Q.  Warm applause for Mitsotakis -

We face Geopolitical challenges During his presentation, the Prime Minister emphasized what other European countries did not face after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

EYou have a very good financial position and spend more than 3.5% on security. How to do it, what is the secretAsked the Prime Minister, he replied:

“Greece never had a peace dividend, we constantly faced geopolitical threats in our neighborhood and always, even in the worst times, spent more than 2% of GDP on defense. In our case, unlike other states, we had to increase spending because we faced challenges. We all need to spend more on defense. , but be smart about it Allocation of resourcesHigh interest rates, pressure on budgets and additional costs after the pandemic”.

“Greece has achieved all its medium-term objectives. We are reducing it debt Because the economy is moving faster than the Eurozone average. The challenge is to do more on defense. Development has led us to do more in defense and overall,” the Prime Minister further pointed out:

“European security is a priority for the existing European defense sector Piece by piece. For example, to buy a warship, we get five or six different offers, which makes no sense. About them Financial rulesWe agreed on that Defense expenditure is not factored into the budget. “Defence is something special because of its essential nature”, the Prime Minister said, among others.

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The open discussion had a theme ''Currency for Change: World Politics in Budgeting'' In the framework of the Munich Convention.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, US Vice President Kamala Harris, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelesny, Israeli President Isaac Herzog and Palestinian Prime Minister Mohamed Staiyeh are among the top officials attending the Munich Security Conference (MSC) to focus on security and diplomacy. Runs through Sunday in the southern German city.

A proposal by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis

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