PM Mitsotakis: Further development of shipbuilding industry one of the great challenges of 'the next day'

PM Mitsotakis: Further development of shipbuilding industry one of the great challenges of 'the next day'

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Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who on Wednesday visited the "Atlas" shipyard in Perama, one of the 24 shipyards active in the region, underlined the substantial support of the New Democracy government to the country's shipbuilding and repair industry. Cereport reports citing Athens-Macedonian

Addressing the workers, the prime minister pointed out, among other things, that: "For four years now, our government has effectively supported the country's shipbuilding and repair industry, with interventions that not only saved the emblematic shipyards of Elefsina, restructured the shipyards of Skaramangas, but also supported the 24 shipyards here in Perama, which, as you can see, today respond even more to the demands of their customers. Greece is a country identified with seafaring, the shipyards of Perama have gained a worldwide reputation for the quality of their work. A total of ten thousand people work in the shipbuilding and repair zone of Perama.

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