Greeks want extra home insurance – Kathimerini German Version

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Greece is lagging behind in home insurance coverage, said Christos Stylianides, Minister for Climate Crisis and Civil Protection, at the Hellenic Entrepreneurs Association (EENE) 's seventh annual economic forum.

Regarding natural disasters, Stylianides said that “the number of insured homes in Greece is around 14.5%, compared with 77% in Cyprus and over 77% in Western Europe.

This means that the Greek state reimburses around 60-70% of the income from the uniform wealth tax (ENFIA) after natural disasters. "

Instead, a way must be found for Greece, "in a trilateral system that includes the state, to reduce insurance costs" to the owner.

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