In Greece, the new government led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis received a vote of confidence from Parliament.
In the 300-seat parliament, 158 deputies from the ruling New Democracy party have given confidence to Mitsotakis’ government, which was formed after the country’s June 25 general elections.
Speaking in parliament before the vote, Mitsotakis stated that the general elections, which resulted in the victory of the New Democracy Party, opened the door to a new process involving major changes for Greece, and that the government aims to increase the welfare of the country in the new period.
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