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Greece's new role in the Mediterranean region

Greece's new role in the Mediterranean region
 
Reuters/François Lenoir

Greece's prime minister has said that the economy is showing signs of recovery, despite high unemployment and concerns about public health.

Little by little, investors are returning to Greece and it is working to strengthen global partnerships, especially with its mediteranean neighbors.

RFI's Colette Davidson spoke to Greece's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs - at a Forum on mediterranean issues in the southern French city of Marseille - about what Greece is doing to reinvent itself post-economic crisis.
 

 

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