Intensive Contacts Between Greek and Libyan Companies in Tripoli, Libya

TRIPOLI, Libya — Forty-three private business meetings took place between Greek and Libyan companies on the first day of the Greek business mission in Tripoli, Libya, led by Deputy Foreign Minister Costas Fragogiannis.

The meetings took place after the end of the business forum of the Greece-Libya Business Forum on Sunday, during which a memorandum of understanding was signed between Enterprise Greece and the Libyan Investment Authority.

Greek companies that play a leading role in construction, energy, transport, health care and communication opened channels of communication with Libyan companies and presented their products. A communication that in cooperation with Enterprise Greece will continue with the aim of reaching agreements for the implementation of investment projects, as they assured.

Greek companies, which in the recent past had a strong presence in Libya, are ready and willing to return, to take an active part in the reconstruction projects in Libya, but also to explore new prospects for their activity in a wide range of sectors, while at the same time start bilateral economic and trade cooperation.


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