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In his latest, but not particularly revealing, interview with the local print media Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis seeks to draw a line under the Golden Dawn affair and defends his government’s handling of the second coronavirus wave.
Mitsotakis gave the wide-ranging interview to Ta Nea newspaper with the aim of recapping the key issues discussed at the recent European Council, but also as a way of having a final say on the Golden Dawn trial ahead of the sentencing expected this week.
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