Strong Dutch interest in large investments in Greece
04.09.2019 | 17:54
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis closed the first round of his visits in Europe with a meeting with his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte in The Hague aimed at “changing the narrative of Greece’s relations with Europe and restoring its credibility,” ANA reports.
The Dutch side showed strong interest in the large investment forum focusing on green energy announced last week in Berlin, not only for renewables but also for gas, including liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte praised Mitsotakis by saying that “we have a prime minister whose goal is to bring about more investment and growth.”
He also stressed that “we want to provide technical know-how, for example in the agricultural sector. The Netherlands is already active in Greece and we will discuss how to support structural reforms in this sector. We want to help and we both have a common interest.”
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