Greek and Serbian investment ministers discuss closer cooperation

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Greek Development & Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis met with visiting Serbian Minister of Technological Development & Innovation Nenad Popović in Athens on Thursday to discuss the furthering of bilateral relations in economy and trading.

Greek Deputy Minister of Development & Investments Christos Dimas and Serbian Ambassador to Greece Dušan Spasojević also attended the meeting.

In a post on Twitter, Dimas said that the two countries discussed collaborations in new technologies and sciences, and they also agreed to launch a business mission from Serbia within the next three months.

Elsewhere, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with his counterpart of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovacevski on Thursday, on the sidelines of the first European Political Community meeting in Prague.

A statement by the North Macedonia government said this is the second time the two prime ministers are meeting following Kovacevski’s visit to Athens on September 13, when the two leaders agreed on the continuing supply of lignite and coal to North Macedonia from mines in Greece.

The two prime ministers discussed their collaboration in energy, and the prospects of expanding it given the joint works for the liquefied natural gas terminal station in Alexandroupolis and the linking of the two countries’ natural gas, the statement said.

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