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Cyprus elevates its presence at the International Exhibition “Posidonia 2022”

The Cyprus Shipping Chamber, participated once again with a number of its Member-Companies, at the International Shipping Exhibition “Posidonia”, held between 6 and 10 June 2022, in Athens in the upgraded Cyprus Stand, which was fully organised and constructed by the Shipping Deputy Ministry.

“Posidonia” Exhibition was held with great success and the enthusiastic attendance of shipowing, ship-management and other shipping related companies executives from around the world, confirming its reputation as one of the most important international shipping exhibitions. According to the organisers, this year’s exhibition exceeded all expectations after gathering more than 1,900 companies and 27,000 visitors.

The Shipping Chamber participation at the “Posidonia” Exhibition, aims to offer its Members the opportunity to be promoted and at the same time, actively promotes Cyprus as a world class Registry and a leading International Shipping Center.

As part of its participation at “Poseidonia 2022”, the Shipping Chamber also attended a reception held by the Shipping Deputy Minister, Mr. Vassilios Demetriades, on 8 June 2022. In addition, the Chamber’s President, Mr. Themis Papadopoulos, Immediate Past President, Mr. Philippos Philis and its Director General, Mr. Thomas Kazakos, had a courtesy meeting with the President of the Union of Greek Shipowners, Mrs. Melina Travlos, at the UGS offices, in Athens.

Among the dignitaries who visited the Cyprus Stand at the “Posidonia 2022” Exhibition were the Prime Minister of Greece, Mr. Kyriacos Mitsotakis, the Greek Minister of Mercantile Marine, Mr. Ioannis Plakiotakis, and H.E. the Ambassador of Cyprus in Greece, Mr. Kyriacos A. Kenevezou.

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