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With focus on energy, Athens hopes for boost from Macron re-election
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis hopes that the re-election of Emmanuel Macron as French President bodes well for his government’s hopes of further progress within the European Union on effective answers to the economic and energy challenges posed by the war in Ukraine and other recent developments.
Greek government sources told the local media that Macron’s victory is “good news” for Greece because, apart from the close ties between Paris and Athens, the French President and Greek PM have similar views on energy issues and geopolitical matters, es...
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