Denkov praises Mitsotakis for making Greece an attractive investment destination

“Greece is not alone” to deal with natural disasters, Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov, said on Saturday during the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF).
He stressed that Greece has many partners and friends who will help it mitigate the consequences. “Bulgaria and the entire European Union support you,” he said.
As he noted, both countries have witnessed the worst possible consequences of the climate crisis.
He referred to the victims of the floods in Bulgaria, pointing out that his country and Greece face similar problems, such as floods and fires, which is why cooperation is necessary.
Denkov praised the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for making Greece an attractive destination for international investments as well as a popular investment destination for his country.
In this context, he referred to the IGB interconnector pipeline between Greece and Bulgaria, which “constitutes a clear example of a strategic, long-term investment with a wide regional scope”, as well as the LNG terminal in the area of Alexandroupolis, but also the oil pipeline project that will connects Alexandroupoli with Burgas, “where we have the largest refinery in the Balkans”, as he said.
He emphasized Bulgaria’s interest in the future development and management of the ports of Kavala and Alexandroupolis, saying that Bulgarian companies show a strong interest in the use of these two commercial ports, especially in light of the blocked trade routes in the Black Sea due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.