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Greece and Cyprus Discuss Agreement on Research and Innovation

ATHENS — Deputy Development and Investment Minister Christos Dimas and the Chief Research & Innovation Scientist of the Republic of Cyprus Dr. Nikolaos Mastrogiannopoulos discussed in a meeting on Wednesday in Athens the expansion of cooperation between Greece and Cyprus in the field of research and innovation.

Among other things, the launch of a transnational agreement between Greece and Cyprus was discussed, in order to form an even broader network of cooperation in research and innovation.

After the end of the meetings, Dimas pointed out:

"I received today in my office Dr. Nikolaos Mastrogiannopoulos and we discussed the closer cooperation between Greece and Cyprus in the field of research and innovation. There is significant room for improvement in critical areas that we need to take advantage of. That is why we talked about the forthcoming transnational agreement between the two countries that we want to sign in order to form an even broader network of cooperation in research and innovation."

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