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Mitsotakis: Innovation, Digital Sector Key to Post-Pandemic World

November 11, 2020

ATHENS — Collaborating for collective innovation and investment in digital transformation is key to battling the coronavirus pandemic and building what comes afterwards, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis told the 3rd Paris Peace Forum, held online on 11-13 November.

At the forum, which focused on a collective response to the coronavirus pandemic, Mitsotakis highlighted the role of cutting-edge technologies and artificial intelligence in helping build "a new world order" after the end of the global pandemic.

Embracing this vision can be pursued by investing in the digital sector, by facing climate change and by turning to sustainable solutions, he emphasized.

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