(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula
DOHA: The Prime Minister of Romania, Vasilica Viorica Dancila, has outlined investment opportunities in her country and called on the Qatari private sector to invest in 21 promising projects in the country, including transport, health, tourism, agriculture and energy.
At a meeting with businessmen from the Qatar Chamber (QC) yesterday, the Romanian Prime Minister said that the strategic projects, which are made available for the first time in the country, will be completed according to a programme of partnership between the public and private sectors, pointing to a shared desire to promote trade and investment relations between Qatar and Romania.
The Romanian Prime Minister pointed out that the meetings she held with Qatari officials during the current visit will pave the way for a new chapter of activating cooperative relations between the two countries.
Dancila stressed the Romanian government's commitment to fulfil all procedures and facilities related to the access of Qatari investors to the licenses necessary for investment. For his part, QC First Deputy Chairman Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Towar hoped that current efforts would achieve the desired objectives in enhancing cooperation between both countries' private sectors and activating joint cooperation between their business sectors, thereby reflecting positively on the volume of exchange between them, which did not exceed $71m last year. This level is not commensurate with the size of the possibilities available to both countries, he said.
QC First Deputy Chairman stressed that Qatar, thanks to its balanced economic policies and distinguished relations with various countries of the world, has managed to overcome the siege imposed on it for about one year and a half.