The Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has arranged to travel to Davos for the annual World Economic Forum Meeting, in an effort to improve his international contacts and ahead of a number of critical decisions and actions which his government has agreed to.

Mr. Tsipras’ main goal at the conference will be to improve political correlations for Greece, by building on alliances, in order to create a more positive impression. Mr. Tsipras also intends to cultivate his profile as a leader.

Aside from the trip to Davos, which is scheduled for the 21st to 24th of January, the Greek PM will visit Israel on the 26th of January and Cyprus the next day. There is also the possibility of a trip to Iran in January, while sources indicate that a new trilateral summit meeting between Greece, Cyprus and Egypt may be called for February.