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PM Mitsotakis Meets With Enagás CEO Arturo Aizpiri

ATHENS – Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met on Wednesday with Arturo Aizpiri, CEO of Enagás at the Maximos Mansion. The company is one of the strategic investors in DESFA and the TAP pipeline, and the largest LNG operator in Europe.

They discussed the good level of cooperation so far via the investment in DESFA, as well as the prospects for further investment in the context of upgrading Greece’s role as energy hub in southeastern Europe.

Mitsotakis’ special advisor on energy issues, Nikos Tsafos, DESFA’s CEO Maria Rita Galli and the head of DESFA’s corporate affairs, Fernando Kalligas, also participated in the meeting.

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