Greek Foreign Minister Stavros Lambrinidis on Wednesday outlined the investment and growth opportunities offered by Greece, while addressing a dinner hosted in his honor by the Foreign Policy Association.
Lambrinidis referred to the realities that led to the Greek, and in general, to the European economic crisis, pointing to deficits, a swelling of the public sector, tax evasion as well as the situation in financial markets.
The Greek foreign minister noted that the country will not default, that it will remain in the Eurozone and that it will succeed, while citing the measures taken for a decrease in the deficit, structural reforms and the importance of productive investments.