Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent a message of unity from Chania, Crete, where he attended the parade for the national anniversary of October 28.
Prime Minister Mitsotakis highlighted the unity and self-sacrifice with which the Greek people faced the Italian invasion in 1940, and underlined that “it must always be the guide for the future, for the way our country will deal with every difficulty and will come out of every crisis stronger.”
“Eighty-three years later, our country stands as a pillar of stability in a troubled neighbourhood. Our Armed Forces, strong, guarantee our deterrent power. But of course, the deterrent power of the Armed Forces has certain clear conditions: a strong economy, strong and stable alliances and above all the unity of the Greek people.
This unity, which was demonstrated with so much self-sacrifice 83 years ago, must always be the guide for the future, for how our country will face every difficulty and emerge from every crisis stronger,” the Greek Prime Minister stated.