Greece has become the twenty-first country to sign the Innovation Radar declaration. Costas Fotakis, Greece’s Alternate Minister for Education, Research and Religious Affairs signed the Innovation Radar declaration on 17 October 2018 in Athens.

The Innovation Radar declaration was launched in April 2018 at the Digital Day. It undertakes to enhance the Innovation Radar data-driven platform, which provides easy access to innovations supported by EU funding and the innovators behind them, and helps important new products and services to reach the market. The Innovation Radar initiative covers research and innovation projects funded by the European Commission's Horizon 2020 programme, in addition to projects launched under the previous FP7 and CIP programmes. The Commission is committed to working with EU countries to raise the profile of the Innovation Radar and increase its uptake by relevant participants in countries and regions.