Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is set to travel to Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday afternoon, where he will participate in the World Economic Forum’s sessions.
The primary focus of this year’s forum revolves around rebuilding trust, particularly crucial in a year marked by significant elections, including the European ballots scheduled for June and the upcoming US presidential election in the fall.
On Thursday and Friday, he will meet with top executives from major technology and energy companies who have expressed an interest in investing in Greece.
Mitsotakis is also scheduled to meet with Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, and participate in public discussions regarding the country’s position in both Europe and the global arena. Discussions will include objectives of the EU’s energy transformation, as well as Greece’s role as a pillar of stability and security.
Throughout his stay in Davos, Mitsotakis is scheduled to grant interviews to several international media, including CNN and Bloomberg.