At the end of 2023, Kyriakos Mitsotakis determined the delivery time of the Thessaloniki Metro
The Prime Minister visited the Thessaloniki Metro stand at the TIF and stressed that the city has suffered a lot and the metro will come to change everyday life. “Fortunately, at the end of 2023, we will deliver it to the citizens,” said Mr. Mitsotakis.
Immediately after, he was at the TRAINOSE stand, saying that “we love and care for OSE”.
The Prime Minister also made a stop at the kiosk of the electric vehicle with the new electric vehicles and bicycles and then visited the kiosk of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, where the Minister, Costas Ah. Karamanlis.
Mr. Mitsotakis boarded one of the new electric buses. Then, at the entrance of the same stand, he stood in front of the digital map with the infrastructure projects in Greece. Immediately after, he met the president of Attiko Metro SA. Nikos Tachiao.
Earlier, the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Costas Karamanlis, at the opening of the ministry's stand, asked once again, “to leave the division behind us” while praising the management of Attiko Metro SA. for the relocation of antiquities at Hagia Sophia station.
Mr. Karamanlis reiterated that in the philosophy and practice of the leadership of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, are the projects with secured resources and a clear schedule and not the words. Thus, large projects with a budget of 13 billion matured, thus the reorganization of OASTH and the transport of Thessaloniki was achieved, with a model that was followed in the transport of Athens, that is, with the supply of buses with leasing.
Finally, Mr. Karamanlis referred to the package of major railway projects that will soon be auctioned, amounting to 3.3 billion. Sagittarius of Xanthi and the Western Suburban of Thessaloniki. Along with the Minister, were the Deputy Ministers George Karagiannis and Michalis Papadopoulos as well as the General Secretary of Infrastructure, Giannis Xifaras.
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