On Wednesday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met with investment fund managers in New York, in a meeting organized by the Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Mr. Tsipras elaborated on the course and prospects of Greece’s economy, while geopolitical issues were also discussed.

The Greek Premier stressed that Greece’s economy is recovering after harsh years, adding that the priority at the moment is to attract major productive investments that will create new jobs. He also underlined that there is now political stability in the country, and that the necessary reforms will continue smoothly.

The crucial geostrategic role of Greece, as a pillar of stability and security in an area with great challenges, was also discussed. Investors showed great interest in the agreement of Prespes which, according to the Prime Minister, paves the way for the enhancement of investments and economic cooperation in the Balkans.

Mr. Tsipras then attended a second meeting with investors, which was organized by Morgan Stanley and was held in the same atmosphere.