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The government’s efforts to ensure that a blaze of positive publicity accompanied the range of agreements that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis signed with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday were somewhat overshadowed by questions about what links the conservative administration might have to attempts to eavesdrop on journalists and political rivals.
The deals rubber stamped at the Maximos Mansion in Athens were described by Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis as having the potential to change Greece’s fate and were met with celebratory coverage in most of the Greek media. There was little mentio...
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