PM Victor Ponta welcomed a delegation of the Association of Turkish Businessmen in Romania on Tuesday at Victoria Palace, businessmen who voiced their desire to consolidate their presence on the Romanian market and who were given assurances that the Government in Bucharest will support their activity, reads a release of the Government press office.
The talks included the preoccupations of the association to attract a large number of significant Turkish companies to invest in Romania, as well as to openly promote the business development opportunities Romania provides.
The Turkish businessmen voiced their interest to consolidate their presence on the Romanian market and to develop the export of products made in Romania, as well as maintaining and increasing the jobs in the sectors they are active, reads the release.
Companies in the mechanical and electro-technical fields, constructions, wood processing, banking, services and media were present at the meeting, reads the quoted source.
The Romanian PM showed interest for the way the association interacts with the central and local authorities, he also gave recommendations on the following evolutions of the areas of strategic interest for Romania and assured the association members of the support of the Romanian Government so as the business milieu where they operate should allow a development of their investments in Romania.
The meeting occurred in the context of the preoccupations of the Romanian Government to consolidate the dialogue with the representatives of the business milieu and for a better understanding of their preoccupations regarding the government policies in the social and economic fields, says the Government press office.
Minister delegate for Relation with Business Milieu Mihai Voicu, Ambassador of Republic of Turkey in Bucharest Omur Solendil and deputy in Romanian Parliament Huseyin Ibram.