Greek-French economic relations can still improve


The Economic Counselor and Head of the Regional Economic Service for Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Romania of the French Embassy in Greece, François de Ricolfi, and the President of the Greek-French Chamber, Laurent Thuillier, see a margin of Considerable progress in the already good relationship between Greece and France in the economic sector, which “goes back a long time and is based on trust”.

Speaking to the Athenian-Macedonian News Agency on the sidelines of contacts they had at the 86th Thessaloniki International Fair, Ricolfi, with his expanded regional ‘portfolio’, highlighted the role Greece can play , which “is a kind of crossroads between East, West, North and South”, in the development of partnerships and the development of various projects in important sectors, such as those of transport, infrastructure and logistic.

Following his contacts with representatives of the French business world who visited the show, he reported a positive climate in terms of developing synergies.

For his part, Thuillier said that at this year’s TIF, France has chosen to present (including at the Helexpo Forum in Thessaloniki) the defense and space industry sectors and smart cities, wishing “demonstrate the very good cooperation between France and Greece”, pointing the finger at energy and climate change as potential areas of synergy.


About Author

Comments are closed.