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Greek Statement On Strong Investment Interest For The Heraklion Port Authority

Greek statement on strong investment interest for the Heraklion Port Authority

Joint press release of the Greek Ministries of Finance and Shipping and Island Policy regarding the strong investment interest for the Heraklion Port Authority – September 20, 2021 Strong investment interest, from large international and Greek business groups, reported by the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), responsible for privatising Greek state-owned assets, for another Port of the country. Specifically, nine investment groups submitted an
Expression of Interest for the acquisition of the majority stake (67%) of the Port of Heraklion of Crete, confirming the great potential and prospects of this port. This development demonstrates once again as well as the effectiveness of the Government’s strategic planning for the development of the country’s ports. The Ministers of Finance and Shipping and Island Policy, Messrs. Christos Staikouras and Giannis Plakiotakis underlined their satisfaction for this positive development, noting: “We continue with method and determination, and always with the aim of maximizing the development dynamics of our ports, for the benefit of local communities and the Greek economy as a whole”. In the next stage, the nine submitted expressions of interest will be evaluated, in order to identify the candidates who meet the participation criteria for the next phase of the competition, the phase of binding offers. Source: Government of Greece

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