Expanding Cooperation in Economy and Trade the Focus of Dep FM Visit to Kosovo

PRISTINA – Further expanding cooperation with Kosovo in economic and trade relations dominated a visit by Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy and Openess Kostas Fragogiannis to Pristina on Wednesday.

In his meetings with the Kosovar prime minister, Albin Kurti, and other members of the government, the two sides examined the prospects for increasing the activity of Greek enterprises in Kosovo and a declaration of intent was signed by Fragogiannis and the Kosovar Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Kreshnik Ahmeti.

Another topic of discussion was the organisation of the first targeted business forum between the two countries, to be held in Athens very soon, in fields such as construction, energy trade and tourism.

During his stay in Pristina, Fragogiannis also met with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Donika Gërvalla-Schwarz.

Finally, at a working dinner hosted by Deputy Foreign Minister Ahmeti, Fragogiannis held talks with the Minister of Industry, Entrepreneurship and Commerce Rozeta Hajdari and with Economy Minister Artane Rizvanolli.


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