Romania has to conduct judiciary reforms, as it promised when joining the EU in 2007, in order to attract investments. This was the suggestion that Dutch Ambassador to Bucharest Matthjis van Bonzel made through Twitter, Mediafax informs.
“For investments to come (…), best is: reform of laws/justice/corruption, promised in 2007 by Romania at EU-accession, monitored by CVM,” the diplomat wrote on Twitter.
The Dutch diplomat’s statement comes after Economy Minister Andrei Gerea presented to the Dutch diplomat the Economy Ministry’s overtures to attract investments in the Oltchim Ramnicu Valcea plant, asking on that occasion the interested Dutch companies to attend talks on this subject, Mediafax informs.
Economy Minister Andrei Gerea met Dutch Ambassador Matthjis van Bonzel on Monday, “the two officials reviewing the stage of bilateral relations and appreciating the level of trade as very high, liable to encourage other joint future projects,” an Economy Ministry communiqué shows.
Likewise, Minister Gerea gave to the Dutch Ambassador “a list of companies that are part of the ministry’s portfolio and are undergoing privatizations and a process of drawing investments, assuring him of the Romanian side’s openness towards continuing talks on concrete subjects of interest, towards future collaborations.”