The establishment of Greek-Indian chamber of commerce dominates Mitsotakis’ meeting with CII delegation

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met on Thursday with a delegation of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

During the meeting, perspectives and ways to strengthen bilateral economic cooperation were discussed. Special emphasis, according to sources, was placed on planning for the establishment of a Greek-Indian Chamber of Commerce. For this purpose, a CII business delegation will visit Athens.

The prime minister presented the prospects of the Greek economy, which is on a steady path of growth, and underlined that there are great investment opportunities, especially in the sectors of infrastructure and logistics, energy, agriculture and pharmaceutical products.

Mitsotakis made particular reference to the importance of IMEC, the India-Middle East-Europe Corridor, and the role that Greece can play as a hub of this important trade corridor, but also as an honest interlocutor of the countries of the region.

He also spoke about the initiatives undertaken by Greece for the diversification of energy sources and connectivity, the Vertical Corridor, as well as about renewable energy sources.

The prime minister was given a tour of the New Delhi airport, which is managed by GMR, that is also building the new airport at Kastelli.