Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced key migration policy decisions on Monday following his meetings with European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship; Dimitris Avramopoulos and government ministers including Citizen Protection Minister; Michalis Chrisochoidis, Alternate Citizen Protection Minister responsible for Migration Policy; George Koumoutsakos and Minister for Shipping and Island Policy; Yiannis Plakiotakis. The key policy initiatives the Mitsotakis government has set as priorities and will be implemented with the close cooperation and technical assistance of the European Commission include: \tThe immediate improvement of living conditions for refugees and migrants in Greece, especially vulnerable groups, with top priority given to the protection of unaccompanied children. \tStrengthening the protection of the common Greek and European borders, especially the maritime borders, with a new integrated plan that will put the European force under Greek command with clear operational rules of action. It should be noted that this plan includes a better use of Frontex forces, more frequent Coast Guard patrols and improvements in its equipment and means, as well as the full use of European resources with full transparency. \tThe reform by the end of 2019 of the institutional framework for asylum, aiming at short, fair and efficient delivery. \tFaithful implementation of the EU-Turkey Joint Declaration for managing migration and relief of overcrowding on the Greek islands. \tCompleting work at the reception and identification center on Samos to ensure decent and safe living conditions for refugees and migrants. \tThe integration of Community directives on security policy.