ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is meeting with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to discuss foreign investment in Greece.
Clinton is in Greece to promote the "Hellenic Initiative," an initiative by businessmen of Greek origin living abroad who want to facilitate foreign investment in the debt-ridden country and to raise $100 million to help charities active in Greece.
Later, Clinton and Samaras will be joined by a team of Greek-American businessmen and Greece's foreign, defense, finance and development ministers.
Clinton is scheduled to speak to a select audience of Greek-American businessmen and will depart Athens on Sunday afternoon.
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