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Economic and Business Cooperation Dominate Mitsotakis’ Meeting with Bavarian Premier

ATHENS – The promotion of bilateral economic and business cooperation and investments in Greece dominated a meeting between Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and the Prime Minister of Bavaria, Markus Söder, at the Maximos Mansion on Thursday.

Mitsotakis briefed the Bavarian premier on Turkish provocativeness, noting that the preservation of stability and security in the region of the Mediterranean, especially in this crucial conjucture, was in the strategic interests of the EU.

Additionally, they confirmed the possibility of promoting bilateral economic and business cooperation, while Mitsotakis underlined Greece’s advantages and the stable environment that makes it an attractive investing destination.

Mitsotakis also referred to Greece’s energy policy and the country’s initiatives in order to become a hub for tranferring energy from the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East to the EU.

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