AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Gov. Paul LePage will meet with the president of Iceland when he joins members of Maine's industry sectors for a three-day trade mission to the island country to cultivate business opportunities with the North Atlantic region.
LePage departs Monday for Reykjavik (RAY'-kyuh-vik). He will meet with President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson and tour a collection of companies that strive to use all parts of seafood products.
The Maine International Trade Center says more than 40 people are expected to attend, including members of Maine's seafood and paper industries and academic institutions.
LePage returns to Maine on Wednesday, but some members of the delegation will continue on to London for the rest of the week.