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K. Mitsotakis will attend the New Year dinner of the Hellenic-German Chamber

K. Mitsotakis will attend the New Year dinner of the Hellenic-German Chamber

The main guest of the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, and entitled “The Green Deal at the heart of Greek-German economic relations” takes place on February 9 the New Year’s dinner of the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which will be held at the Interhenin Athens Hotel.

According to an announcement, the event will be addressed by the head of the Chancellery of the Federal Republic of Germany and Federal Minister for Special Duties, Wolfgang Schmidt.

During the dinner and in the framework of a scheduled panel, the Prime Minister will hold talks with the Head of Foreign Trade and member of the Executive Committee of the Central Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK), Dr. Volker Treier and the President of the Pan-European Council of Chemical Industry (Cefic) and Chairman of the Board. of BASF SE, Dr. Martin Brudermüller,

The discussion will be moderated by the President of the Hellenic-German Chamber, Konstantinos Marangos. In this context, in addition to the prospects of stimulating bilateral investment relations in the field of “green” development, will be analyzed the investment opportunities that open in the field of digitization as well as in market sectors, on which the development of the Greek economy will be based.

The general manager and member of the Board of the Hellenic-German Chamber, dr. Athanasios Kelemis, on the occasion of the first organization of 2022 for the chamber stressed that “Greece and Germany have been building for decades, on a steadily growing basis, their bilateral investment relations, giving them a strategic character.” “Especially at this stage, when the Greek economy has entered a new growth cycle, based on the implementation of the” Greece 2.0 “Plan, it becomes one of the most attractive destinations for foreign investors,” added Dr. Athanasios Kelemis, to express his confidence that “in this new circle, Germany, playing the role of” institutional “investor, will maintain its leading position”.

SOURCE: AMPE

Source: Capital