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Mins Georgiadis, Fragogiannis in Kuwait to Boost Bilateral Trade

January 16, 2023

KUWAIT – Development & Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis and Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Kostas Fragogiannis are visiting Kuwait as of Sunday as part of a policy of upgrading Greek relations with Gulf countries.

The two ministers will be in the region through Tuesday (Jan. 17).

Fragogiannis had said in earlier statements that they will meet with high-level officials and representatives of investment funds, and discuss economic collaboration and bilateral trade and investments, with a focus on energy and renewable energy sources.

In Kuwait they will also discuss the possibility of direct flights between Athens and Kuwait, “an action which will contribute to boosting tourism and to facilitating every type of economic relations,” Fragogiannis had said.

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