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Ministers in Athens are working on an enhanced support package to tackle high energy prices after the government’s proposal for an EU solidarity fund against inflation failed to gain backing at Monday’s meeting of energy ministers.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told Real News over the long weekend that the plan will be announced in May, without waiting for the outcome of the EU summit at the end of the month. Subsequent press reports have hinted that the prime minister plans ...
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