He pointed out that the programme is being implemented effectively by the Greek people that make major sacrifices in their daily lives.
In the discussion entitled “Vision for a sustainable future”, the foreign minister referred to the structural reforms in Greece and unveiled the achievements made so far including deficit reduction, social insurance and tax reforms.
Droutsas pointed out that the Greek government focuses on the “Green development” policy which is based on sustainable development and renewable energy sources (RES), investing in the various comparative advantages Greece has in the sector.
On the sidelines of the World Economic Forum, Droutsas met with his Austrian counterpart Michael Spindelegger.
Later in the afternoon, he departed for Abu Dhabi to attend the Libya Contact Group meeting.