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The Piraeus Port Authority has reached a Memorandum of Understanding with Ports of Venice and Chioggia with an aim to strengthen cargo flows.
Under the deal, the parties would commit themselves in establishing a stable and mutual cooperation, in order to develop their ports and port services, supporting infrastructural connectivity policies and port services aimed at fostering the commercial flows between Europe, the Mediterranean and the Far East.
The MoU also aims at improving the exchange of best practices and know-how in port management, specifically in the fields of information technology, investment attraction and communication.
“The establishment of our cooperation with the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority is targeting to strengthen the trade links between Asia and Mediterranean and to enhance the role of ports as engines for the European economy,” Captain Fu Chengqiu, CEO of Piraeus Port Authority, said.