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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is set to announce on Wednesday how Greece plans to re-open its tourism sector, a move that is seen by the government as vital to dampening the economic impact of Covid-19 this year.
Publicly, New Democracy is exhibiting an air of confidence about the possibility of rescuing at least part of the tourism season. Its ministers argue that because Greece coped well with the public health challenge from the coronavirus, and received posi...
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