The first official visit of a Greek Prime Minister to the Republic of North Macedonia. Photo via Twitter.
At least 140 Greek businessmen will accompany Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during his visit to Skopje on April 2, on the first official visit of a Greek Prime Minister to the Republic of North Macedonia.
- Among them will be the president of the industrial conglomerate company Mytilineos Group, Evangelos Mytilineos; Michalis Stasinopoulos of heavy industry corporation Viohalco SA; the president of the Copelouzos business development group, Dimitris Copelouzos; the president and CEO of GEK Terna construction company George Peristeris; the president and founder of Apivita health & beauty company, Nikos Koutsianas; the chairman of Intracom Constructions SA, Dimitris Koutras; the chairman of Alumil Aluminium Industry SA, George Mylonas; the general manager of Motor Oil Hellas, Victor Papakonstantinou; the president of Alpha Digital SA Dimitris Kontominas; and many more executives active in a wide range of business in Greece.
Premier Tsipras will also be accompanied by the president of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece, Athanasios Savvakis, and the president of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Konstantinos Michalos.
A new strategic vision for the two countries, Tsipras said before his visit to North Macedonia