Associations of Greek Businesses of Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia Sign MoC

February 15, 2023

ATHENS – A memorandum of cooperation between the Associations of Greek Businesses of Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia was signed on Tuesday in Tirana, at the building of the Embassy of Greece.

The cooperation memorandum provides, among other things, for the better cooperation of the associations in question, the coordination of their actions, the exchange of information about business opportunities in the country in which they operate and the organisation and promotion of joint events related to investments.

Members of the three mentioned associations are, among others, the largest and most important companies of Greek interests active in Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia.

The amount of Greek investments in the three countries exceeds three billion dollars, making Greece one of the largest countries in foreign investments in them.


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