UK Ambassador to Romania Paul Brummell said on Tuesday that Romanians are welcome to his country and are free to work and study there. Asked by reporters about the spooky image a part of UK media and some politicians have been spreading around about Romania, the British diplomat admitted that the British press, an independent press, has not always been best at it, that in certain articles the Romanians have been mistaken for Roma and confusion was made between unrelated aspects. In Paul Brummell’s opinion, the Romanians who work in Great Britain are the best ambassadors for Romania. In other news, Brummell noted that the Romanian market is ‘too little known in the UK’, adding that one of his major tasks is that of attracting to Romania as many as possible investors from his country. Brummel also declared himself impressed with bilateral trade exchanges having reached 3.3 billion euros in 2013. He pointed out that the British Government has an ‘ambitious’ programme in place to support commercial activities in Romania, including through collaboration with the British Romanian Chamber of Commerce and with other local partners. We plan to get new visible results related to the reform of justice and the fight against corruption. These reforms have a direct effect on our efforts to advocate Romania’s business opportunities to British investors, concluded the diplomat.