atene KOM CEO accompanies German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to North Macedonia and Albania
The German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will travel to North Macedonia and Albania from November 29 to December 2. The German President will be accompanied by a selected business delegation, including Tim Brauckmüller, CEO of atene KOM.
When it comes to resilient infrastructures, fiber optic expansion or general digitization issues, atene KOM CEO Tim Brauckmüller offers his expertise to consulting the public sector. In this framework, he is accompanying the German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier as part of a delegation of selected representatives of the German business community on a trip through two Western Balkan states in the last week of November.
Tim Brauckmüller: “I look forward to accompanying and supporting the progress of digitization in North Macedonia and Albania.”
This October, atene KOM opened a new branch office in Tirana, the capital of Albania. During the inauguration ceremony, atene KOM CEO Tim Brauckmüller welcomed several guests, including the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Energy of Albania, Belinda Balluku, Minister for Parliamentary Relations, Elisa Spiropali, Chairman of the Committee for Production Activities, Trade and Environment, Arben Pëllumbi, Chairman of Economy and Finance Committee, Eduard Shalsi and other members of Parliament. The inauguration ceremony was visited as well by the German Ambassador to Albania, Peter Zingraf and department heads and representatives of German and European institutions.
The aim of the visit is, among other things, to acknowledge the reforms taken by both countries in the course of the EU accession negotiations and to explore possibilities for an expansion and deepening of the economic exchange.
The trip will also focus on the situation in the region and in particular the effects of the Russian aggression in Ukraine.