Deputy Minister Kostas Fragogiannis Heads to Tripoli With Large Greek Business Delegation – Al Marsad

A Greek delegation, named Enterprise Greece, is heading to Libya today to take part in the Libya Build International Fair in Tripoli. 

It was reported today by the Greek newspaper that the Enterprise Greece delegation headed by Kostas Fragogiannis, the Greek Deputy Minister for Economic Diplomacy and Openness, was heading for a 2-day working visit to Libya to attend the Libya Build International Fair which opens this week in Tripoli.


The delegation includes Ioannis Smyrlis, Secretary General for International Economic Affairs, Professor Ioannis Chrysoulakis, Secretary General for Greeks Abroad and Public Diplomacy, and a number of Greek business people who are participating in the Enterprise Greece mission.

Their visit includes bilateral meetings with Libyan government officials, a bilateral business forum and the signing of an MOU between Enterprise Greece and the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) at the Corinthia Hotel.

They will also meet with the interim Government of National Unity (GNU) Minister for Transportation, Mohamed Salem Al-Shahoubi, and also members of the Greek community in Tripoli.



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