Avramopoulos to brief the European Commission on Novartis case

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EU Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs Dimitris Avramopoulos, addresses a press conference on the EU Citizenship Report in Brussels, Belgium, 25 January 2017.

Avramopoulos to brief the European Commission on Novartis case


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Europe’s Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, Dimitris Avramopoulos, said on Wednesday that he will brief the European Commission after having been informed about the “unsubstantiated case” filed by the Prosecutor to the Greek Parliament.

Avramopoulos, whose name is mentioned in the Novartis case involving Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis and 10 Greek politicians.

“I learned today about the contents of the unsubstantiated case, which is riddled with holes. It is now obvious that it is an unprecedented conspiracy that could not be tolerated and taken seriously in any EU member state.”

“I will take part in a comprehensive briefing of the president and members of the European Commission, and of European institutions,” said Avramopoulos

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