Greek-Egyptian business meeting discusses cooperation between the two countries – Foreign Affairs – Egypt
Egyptian Ambassador to Greece Ismail Khairat, Secretary General of the Arab-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and Development (AHCCD) Rashad Mabger and President of the Greek Community of Cairo Christos Cavallis attended the conference.
Prominent participants included Harris Geronikolas, Chairman of the Board of the AHCCD, George Amiras, Greek Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy, Giannis Plakiotakis, Minister of Maritime and Island Policy, Sara Al- Gazzar, Dean of the College of International Transportation. and Logistics at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Saleh Gallad, Middle East Economic Survey Editor, AHCCD Board Member and Consultant Financial at Consolidated Contractors Company, and Maria Louisa Marinakis, Ambassador, Director General for International Economic Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece.
The gathering discussed the scope of the joint power interconnection mega project, the role of the private sector in the project, and Egyptian and Greek experiences in alternative and sustainable energy.
The discussion focused on potential investments in shipbuilding and dry dock maintenance thanks to recent technological developments in the maritime industry, logistics and port services. He also addressed the issue of food security taking into account the positive progress of Egypt and Greece in agribusiness, agricultural technology and fish farming, as well as Greece’s food experience. organic.
Egypt and Greece have maintained strong cultural and historical ties. Recent developments in bilateral relations reflect the two countries’ vision to cooperate in the management of major projects and other important business ventures, according to Mabgar.