A plan by Greece to set up a national network of film offices aimed at drawing foreign productions to the country will be paid for the state's public investment program, an announcement said Friday.

According to a decision from Alternate Economy Minister Alexis Charitsis, five million euros will be allocated to setting up film offices at regions and municipalities around the country.

It was also decided that the public investment program will fund the creation of a national audiovisual file that will cost ten million euros.