Issues concerning the municipalities of the Western sector of Athens were found in the afternoon at the center of the meeting of the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis with the mayors of the region, in Peristeri.
During it there was a detailed discussion on important problems that face each area separately, such as, inter alia, water supply networks, road construction projects, high voltage power lines that need underground cables, health difficulties , for issues of urban interest but also for the interconnection of the areas with the Metro.
Particular emphasis was also placed on delinquency issues facing areas and it was emphasized that better coordination is needed between the competent authorities and the Local Government in order to achieve better results.
The implementation of the "Antonis Tritsis" program was also discussed, while outstanding issues related to the lack of specific staff specialties by the municipalities were pointed out.
In view of the coming winter, the discussion also concerned the flood works that must be carried out in order to prevent major problems due to the floods.
Mr. Mitsotakis pointed out that he is personally informed about the issues that concern these municipalities since it is, as he stated, his conscious choice from the beginning of his political career to govern in this area, while today he is a member of parliament for the Western Sector of Athens.
"The truth is that the pressure of the first two years was such that a number of priorities of Western Athens are being launched at this time and I am glad that you recognize that there is a good cooperation to resolve a number of issues," said, among others, Mr. Mitsotakis
The meeting was attended by the mayors of Peristeri, Andreas Pachaturidis, Agia Varvara, Lambros Michos, Agioi Anargyroi, Stavros Tsirbas, Haidari, Vangelis Diniakos, Petroupolis, Stefanos Vlachos, Egaleo, Giannis Gikolos and Z.
Also present were the Minister of State, Akis Skertsos, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Interior, in charge of Internal Affairs and Organization, Michalis Stavrianoudakis, as well as the MP of the Western Sector of Athens of the SW, Giannis Loverdos.