The development law is expected to start in June with projects belonging to the Fair Development Transition regime, as noted by the Deputy Minister of Development and Investment, Nikos Papathanasis at the conference “Smart Cities – City Connect Conference 2022″ which is currently taking place at a central hotel in Athens and is under the auspices of the Ministry of Digital Government, the Ministry of Infrastructure & Transport, the Central Union of Greek Municipalities, the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the Green Fund, the Association of Innovative Applications Companies of Greece with the University of Piraeus as an academic partner.

Mr. Papathanasis noted that the “smart city” gives the message of the service that the government and the state want to offer citizens.

The Deputy Minister noted that the government, from the beginning, created those conditions that led the international business community to trust our country for investments and added that, a “comfort zone” was created between the investor and the state, resulting in today, “having technological champions who not only come to invest but multiply their position in our country.”

He referred to the goal of reversing the brain drain and stressed its importance, as “we want Greek women and men back to our country, to face the demographic problem and we want to create the conditions for the new children to return.” He added that “we see this in large companies where 15-20% are young people, who found the opportunity to return.”

Finally, he stated that the Development Law for the areas of special development transition will start in June, he stressed that the goal for the future is to place great emphasis on the development of the region and for this purpose there is the Pissaridis plan, the new NSRF and the Greece 2.0 program, which are the main axes for the realization of the vision.

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