"Away from crises": Greeks want to attract Germans to spend the winter

The impending gas shortage, combined with calls to save energy, unsettles many people in Germany.

"Away from crises": Greeks want to attract Germans to spend the winter

The impending gas shortage, combined with calls to save energy, unsettles many people in Germany. When it comes to the Greek holiday regions, the answer is obvious: spend the winter in southern Europe. It is said that no German will have to freeze there.

In view of the high inflation and the looming energy crisis in Germany, the Greek tourism minister has called on the Germans to spend the winter in his country. "We will wait for you here," Minister Vasilis Kikilias told the "Bild" newspaper. "For autumn and winter, it would be a great pleasure for us Greeks to welcome German pensioners who want to experience a 'Mediterranean winter' with Greek hospitality, mild weather and quality services."

The mayor of the port city of Chania on the Greek island of Crete, Panagiotis Simandirakis, was similarly inviting. "We invite every German who wants to come to us this winter to live here - away from the crises," he told the "Bild".

Crete is very suitable "to survive a crisis winter," said Simandirakis. There is no need for heating in the house here. No German will have to freeze in Greece, the mayor asserted.

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