Kyriakos Mitsotakis had meetings with the Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom, Sweden, Canada and Australia, on the sidelines of the NATO Summit in Madrid.
During his meeting with his British counterpart Boris Johnson, with whom he recently had a telephone conversation, according to government sources, the prospects for deepening bilateral cooperation were highlighted and trade, shipping, energy, digital technology were prioritized. innovative technologies, defense and tourism.
Regarding the issue of food security, Mr. Mitsotakis underlined the readiness of both the Greek fleet and the Greek ports to play a key role in the transport of Ukrainian cereals to international markets.
The Prime Minister also had a meeting with his Swedish counterpart, Magdalena Anderson, in which he expressed his full support for the accession of Sweden and Finland to the Alliance, expressing his satisfaction with the recent developments.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis also met with his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau. In a very friendly atmosphere, the two leaders discussed issues of cooperation between the two countries, which this year marks 80 years of official diplomatic relations. Special mention was made of the dynamic Greek community in Canada, which is a living and uninterrupted link between the two countries, as well as the ever-expanding economic and trade cooperation.
The Prime Minister also had four meetings with his newly elected Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese. During this first meeting after Mr. Albanese took office, the two leaders had the opportunity to reaffirm the traditionally excellent level of Greek-Australian bilateral relations and to briefly review their full range. Particular emphasis was placed on strengthening bilateral economic cooperation and attracting investment.