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Strategic Dialogue Greece – USA: Teleconference Of The Working Group On Trade And Investment

Strategic Dialogue Greece – USA: Teleconference of the Working Group on Trade and Investment

Source: Port Authority of Alexandroupolis
A teleconference of the Working Group on Trade and Investment was held on Wednesday, July 29, in the framework of the Greece-US Strategic Dialogue, with both sides expressing their satisfaction with the course of the dialogue and the desire for a substantial deepening of bilateral economic relations – July 30, 2020 The conference was welcomed by the Undersecretary of State for Economic Diplomacy, Costas Frangogiannis,
the US Ambassador to Greece, Geoffrey Pyatt, the Secretary-General for Economic and Development Policy Coordination, Vicky Loizlos. The conference was also attended by, from the Greek side, Deputy Minister of Health, Vassilis Kontozamanis, his Secretary-General and President of Enterprise Greece, Grigoris Dimitriadis, the CEO of Enterprise Greece, George Filiopoulos, as well as officials The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Development and Investment, the Ministry of Digital Governance and the Ministry of Citizen Protection. During the conference, the National Extroversion Strategy of Greece, the prospects for American investments in the Elefsina Shipyard and in the ports of Alexandroupolis and Kavala, the implementation of joint projects in the fields of Trade and Investment, as well as the ongoing cooperation in Energy were discussed. Tourism, Research and Innovation, Scientific Diplomacy, 5G networks, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Cloud Technologies, the use of technological applications to address COVID-19, as well as the development of initiatives to strengthen the position of women in the work environment. Source: Government of Greece

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