"Extroversion means creating wealth that spreads throughout Greek society," said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, speaking this afternoon at the presentation of the National Strategic Plan for Extroversion.
Referring to the overall economic policy presented at the TIF, Mr. Mitsotakis underlined as a project "development for all and for all by reducing social inequalities, with more opportunities for those who need it most, with more and well-paid jobs in industries competitive and with the possibility - as he said - to be able to address the young children who have gone abroad and tell them: “Come, return to Greece, trust your future in our homeland, because now we can offer you many and well paid jobs".
Mr. Mitsotakis also stressed that "the significant increase in exports - in the midst of a pandemic - is the best proof that exports are the mirror of a competitive economy", while he estimated that "foreign investors see in Greece long-term opportunities to create significant added value."
"Why is this happening; Because our country has entered a trajectory of dynamic development with a stable fiscal situation. "A country that borrows at the lowest interest rates in its history, a country that has faced through a series of structural reforms very important issues concerning the competitiveness of the Greek economy", added Mr. Mitsotakis.
The presentation of the National Strategic Plan for Extroversion was also addressed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias from New York, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Economic Diplomacy and Extroversion, Costas Frangogiannis, the Deputy Secretary General Enterprise Greece, Giannis Smyrlis.