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Greek businesses unite to further interests in North Macedonia




Sixteen large Greek companies that operate in North Macedonia have recently launched the Association of Greek Businesses in North Macedonia based in the country’s capital city, Skopje.

The founders include representatives from Stopanska Banka, EDS, Usje and Intrakat.

Elected president, Aris Vlachos, explained that one of it’s major goals is to facilitate communication between North Macedonia and Greece while also cooperating with both.

“We are aspiring to become a bridge of communication among businesses in both countries and defend the interests of Greek companies in North Macedonia,” Mr Vlachos said in a statement.

Mr Vlachos added that the protection of the economic and development interests of its members in relation to the local business communities was its top objective.

Having been recently established, it’s currently unclear as to how the association plans to conduct these initiatives amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

The government of Macedonia had recently opened its land borders on Friday, June 26. The country is also expected to reopen its airports on Wednesday, July 1, for incoming international tourists.

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