Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, in the presence of his Greek counterpart Nikos Kotzias and Greek Energy Minister Panos Skourletis, inaugurated on Wednesday the Hellenic-Russian Energy Congress that is held at the Zappeion in Athens within the context of the 4th Greek-Russian Forum.
The first part of the congress focus on geostrategic and energy issues.
In its second part, the congress will examine the energy cooperation between Greece and Russia based on the long and mutually beneficial relation between the two countries. The Greek-Russian cooperation and perspectives in the areas of electricity, natural gas and geostrategic correlations in the wider region will be thoroughly examined.
The congress aim to present an overview of the Greek-Russian relations with focus on the energy sector as well as the future perspective of the relations between the two countries.