Greece's "rich experience in the field of civil protection and forest firefighting, could also be brought over to Germany," he noted.
Main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance spokesperson Nassos Iliopoulos said that the government is continuing its efforts to "cover up the wire tapping scandal", speaking to radio ELLADA FM on Wednesday.
"It is clear, according to all the facts, that we had a deep-state mechanism involving both the National Intelligence Service and Predator in Greece. Predator was operating as a government service under the Mitsotakis government," he said.
He said that poverty was increasing in Kyriakos Mitsotakis' Greece, referring to a survey by the General Confederation of Employees of Greece (GSEE) Labour Institute released on Wednesday showing that the minimum wage is below the level permitting a decent living standard.
On the state budget, he referred to"the over 4-billion-euro revenues from VAT" which show "that society is consuming less but paying more. The state participates in the looting of the society and with the revenues from taxes is subsidising the electricity providers, who in the month of October alone had a 166 percent profit margin".
He said that his party will fight in order for the country to have a progressive government from the first round of the general elections that will reduce the pandemic debt.