Mitsotakis meeting with Johnson – Focus on investments and Parthenon Sculptures

The whole spectrum of bilateral relations, from the significant prospect of deepening economic and trade relations, investments, the great margins for upgrading the tourist traffic in 2022, the issue of the return of the Parthenon Sculptures and their reunification in Greece, to the Cyprus issue. and the resumption of Turkish aggression in the Eastern Mediterranean, are expected to be set during the meeting, tomorrow Tuesday, of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson in London.

At a critical juncture, however, for the future of Euro-British relations, as a brawl between the European Commission and the British Government on a number of outstanding issues (such as the Brexit trade agreements and the Northern Ireland Protocol) is under way, Kyriakos Mitsotakis is the first European leader to visit London this week.

Emphasis on the financial-investment part

Government sources place special emphasis on the economic-investment part of the Greek Prime Minister's visit to the British capital. According to them, Mr. Mitsotakis, during his contacts in London, is expected to underline the important prospect of further development of economic and trade relations. Special chapter of lively interest for Greece and tourism, with the expectations for the arrivals of British tourists in Greece in 2022 to be particularly high, provided, always, that the restrictions due to Covid-19 will be absent.

During his stay in London, Mr. Mitsotakis is expected to have contacts and meetings with important investors, representatives of the Confederation of British Industrialists, but also the very active Greek community in London in this field.

In fact, Mr. Mitsotakis made sure through the interview he gave...

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