Mitsotakis meets with Trudeau in Montreal; agreement signed for 7 firefighting aircraft

Mitsotakis meets with Trudeau in Montreal; agreement signed for 7 firefighting aircraft

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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met on Sunday with his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau in Montreal on Sunday and attended the signing of an agreement for Greece's purchase of seven new state-of-the art firefighting aircraft (DHC-515), CE Report quotes Athens-Macedonian

The Greek leader is on an official visit to Canada through Monday (March 25).

During their meeting, the two leaders discussed Greek opportunities for foreign investors and the significant presence of Greek businesses in Canada, as well as the opportunities in tourism between the two countries. They discussed climate change challenges and placed a special emphasis on coordination, preparedness, and training for managing fires, while Mitsotakis also mentioned Greece's initiatives in renewable energy sources and the differentiation of energy supply networks, guaranteeing energy security in Southeastern Europe through connectivity.

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