Greek-Saudi Business Forum in Athens

ATHENS – After a tour on the island of Santorini on Sunday, a Saudi business delegation led by Saudi Arabia’s Investment Minister Khalid Bin Abdulaziz Al Falih continued the second day of a visit to Greece with its participation in the Greek-Saudi Business Forum, organised by Enterprise Greece.

The forum is expected to begin at 10:15 with a greeting by the Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy, Kostas Fragogiannis, as well as greetings by Investment and Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis and the Saudi investments minister.

During the forum, the prospects for cooperation between the two countries in the fields of tourism, energy, construction, infrastructure, innovation and agri-food will be presented. The forum will be attended by competent ministers and deputy ministers, as well as businessmen from both sides.


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