Tripoli Chamber of Commerce announced Friday that it had signed an MoU with Lesbos Chamber of Commerce (Greece).
Tripoli Chamber said this came within the framework of strengthening economic ties and raising the level of cooperation and trade exchange between the two sides.
The two sides discussed the mechanism of activating the MoU to develop trade relations, exchange experiences, data and information on promising investment opportunities.
They also agreed to organize joint events that contribute to strengthening communication between economic actors, business owners and companies, and work to support and develop the industrial, agricultural and marine wealth sectors in both countries.
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