Commitment to the struggle for recovery of labour market and restoration of rights, says Tzanakopoulos

“January 25, 2019 is a historic milestone for peace, cooperation and stability in the Balkans,” government spokesman, Dimitris Tzanakopoulos, said on Thursday during a press briefing.

Tzanakopoulos noted that the ratification of the Prespes Agreement by the Greek Parliament marks the end of a 27-year conflict, “in which Greece has not only lost political and diplomatic capital”, as he added, “from 1992 until today, because of the name difference, the monster of lie, nationalism and the extreme historical revision was bred inside the country.”

Referring to the Prespes Agreement, he noted that “the ratification of the admission protocol of North Macedonia to NATO by the Greek parliament is expected in the following days and afterwards a nota verbale will be sent by the Greek Foreign Ministry to the Foreign Ministry of North Macedonia, which will automatically put into effect the changes in the Constitution and of course the change of the name.”

Referring to labour Tzanakopoulos underlined that  the”commitment to the struggle for the recovery of labour market and the restoration of the rights is permanent,” government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Thursday during a perss briefing.

He added that besides the “decisive step towards enhancing the role and Greece’s prestige on the international stage, the great effort to remedy the consequences of the crisis and the memoranda continue.”
Tzanakopoulos underlined that the increase in the minimum wage will be implemented on February 1.

Referring to Greece tapping the markets, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Thursday during a press briefing that it proves that the country has turned page and a new period of stability and growth has started.
“Greece’s return to the market proves that the market’s confidence has been restored and the country constitutes an investment opportunity,” he stressed.

Source ANA-MPA
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