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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis made his second televised address on the coronavirus on Tuesday night, taking an even more serious tone and warning that Greece has a long battle ahead of it to minimise the impact from the disease.
Taking a leaf out of French President Emmanuel Macron’s book, Mitsotakis claimed that Greece is “at war against an enemy that is invisible, but not invincible.”
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