Monday, April 22, 2024

      Subscribe Now!

 

spot_img
spot_img
GreeceBringing about the return of Greeks abroad 'a moral duty', Michailidou says

Bringing about the return of Greeks abroad ‘a moral duty’, Michailidou says

Hellenic News of America
Hellenic News of Americahttps://www.hellenicnews.com
The copyrights for these articles are owned by HNA. They may not be redistributed without the permission of the owner. The opinions expressed by our authors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of HNA and its representatives.

Latest articles

Bringing about the return of the Greeks abroad “is not only an economic need but a social and moral duty,” Labour and Social Security Minister Domna Michailidou said in her speech at the annual event organised by BrainReGain-Hellenism In Action.

Greece should “embrace” its children, who left the country seeking job opportunities and “offer them a friendly and supportive environment so they may return and contribute to their country” she said at the event, held on Tuesday and referred to her own experience living and working abroad for 12 years.

“It is exteremely important to ‘send a message’ to our compatriots that live abroad that our economy is doing well, that salaries are rising and that, if they want to found a business in Greece, they will won’t be discouraged by the bureaucracy.”

The minister focused on three pillars that are key for the repatriation of ‘talent’ to the country. “Coming back to Greece means salary, tax incentives, allowances and tax indicators. It means services for the harmonisation of family with professional life, whether for children or for the elderly. It means a friendly and inclusive environment for all”.

SOURCE; ANA-MPA

The copyrights for these articles are owned by the Hellenic News of America. They may not be redistributed without the permission of the owner. The opinions expressed by our authors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Hellenic News of America and its representatives.

Get Access Now!

spot_img
spot_img
spot_img