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Advisers to the Greek Prime Minister rule out an “imminent” renovation of the cabinet

June 17, 2020

A group of advisers close to Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis ruled out on Wednesday that the President was planning an “upcoming” reshuffle in the cabinet.

For example, one day after Mitsotakis’ return from an official visit to Israel, the advisers tried to clear up the rumors, the Kathimerini newspaper reports.

Comments on a possible cabinet reform began on Tuesday when Mitsotakis addressed journalists in Israel and said he was definitely planning “corrective actions”.

Advisers to the Greek Prime Minister rule out an “imminent” renovation of the cabinetAdvisers to the Greek Prime Minister rule out an “imminent” renovation of the cabinet

On the same day, Greek Minister of State Giorgos Gerapetritis assured Skai radio that any change would take place after July 1st.

However, the consultants have repeated that a decision in this regard will be taken after discussions with the European Commission on the restructuring fund.