Enterprise Greece, INSME Member, celebrates its first successful business mission in Libya, a turning point for Greek-Libyan relations. Head of Mission was the deputy minister for Economic Diplomacy and Openness, Mr. Kostas Fragogiannis, accompanied by the Secretary General for International Economic Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of Enterprise Greece, Mr. Ioannis Smyrlis and a delegation of 14 Greek enterprises.
The lasting dispute in Libya, has created a significant infrastructure backlog, spread over various critical sectors, ranging from construction to health services and medicine sectors, creating new business opportunities for Greek enterprises, having capitalizing on their vast experience in the organization.
A total of 58 bilateral business meetings were held between Greek and Libyan enterprises mostly in the sectors of infrastructure, construction, energy and RES, health services, pharmaceuticals, and industrial products. These took place in the framework of a Business Forum organized by Enterprise Greece and the Libyan Investment Authority, focused on bilateral economic cooperation in investments and exports. Showcasing the significant opportunities for cooperation in many sectors, while the common finding of all was that Greek enterprises can contribute significantly to the effort for reconstruction of the country.
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