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Greece-Bulgaria-Romania trilateral meeting on establishing transport corridor

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Infrastructure and Transport Minister Christos Staikouras participated in a trilateral working meeting of Greece, Bulgaria and Romania held in the Bulgarian capital on Thursday.

The meeting focused on the development of a transport corridor, which will start from the port of Alexandroupolis and end in ports of the Black Sea and the trade routes of the Danube, through Bulgaria. In this context, the signing of the relevant Memorandum of Understanding by the ministers of the three countries will soon follow.

Thursday’s meeting followed up a Greece-Bulgaria-Romania Trilateral Summit and its decisions, in which the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport had participated in October 2023, accompanying Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Varna, Bulgaria.

In practical terms, the development of the corridor will give Alexandroupolis a pivotal role in the supply chain and international trade. Emphasis was placed on both cross-border rail and road connections, which despite showing greater maturity and development, actually need to be improved in order to keep all possibilities open in the future and to promote intermodality.

Through the Trilateral Cooperation with Bulgaria and Romania, as well as Greece’s participation in the new European Corridor “Baltic Sea – Black Sea – Aegean Sea”, Greece is connected with neighbouring Bulgaria and Romania, as well as Central Europe, Moldova and Ukraine.

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