PM’s Facebook post
Mitsotakis: With my hand on my heart, I will never forget what happened in Tempi and why
In a new post via Facebook about the accident in Tempi, Kyriakos Mitsotakis continued, “With my hand on my heart, I will never forget what happened in Tempi and why it happened.”
“I return today to our Sunday meeting, but I want to take heart and say that I will never forget what happened in Tempe and why it happened,” he wrote. “I took responsibility and we took responsibility as a government Responsibilities We have a tragic accident. It won’t change the past, but it will change the future. Because it feels like it is now My personal bet to find a solution Don’t let it happen again Something like that,” he continued
He added: “I absolutely watch these days People’s fair reaction So much for him 57 wrongful deaths. I hear and fully share the unanimous social demand: to finally wipe out everything that is holding Greece back, and change quickly, so that we can have the country we deserve. I have a duty to transform these feelings into creative action. That’s what I want to do. But primarily, we have a duty to do Support relatives Victims and their wounded Tempe’s Tragic Trainwreck to Ascending Calvary. We have already announced financial and other measures, while their psychological support continues.”
Kyriakos Mitsotakis also noted that it is necessary to continue the government’s work with the management of this great event, mentioning the minimum wage, additional pension, tax arrangements and programs of 120 or 72 installments. “Personal Assistant” and “Recycle – Replace Water Heater”.
Concluding his post, he pledged that “we are working to do everything we can to support the families of the victims of Tempi, but we all agree that healing the ills of the past has no place in the Greece of tomorrow.” .
Full post by Kyriakos Mitsotakis:
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