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May 26, 2022

Dutch investments in Romania – incompatible with blocking the Schengen accession, businessman says

Businessman Bernard Wientjes, the leader of the Dutch Confederation of Industries and Employers, criticised the position of his country, which blocked Romania’s accession to the Schengen Zone, where The Netherlands are the main foreign investor, according to DutchNews.nl, quoted by Mediafax. Wientjes said that his country needs a Foreign Trade minister. “I would like to immediately see appointed a minister of Foreign Trade, a top entrepreneur that will promote our interests abroad,” he explained. “We are too busy with matters at home and not enough with those abroad. The government made a big fuss over the accession of Romania and Bulgaria to Schengen, but Netherlands is the biggest foreign investor in Romania,” he emphasised.

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