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November 30, 2022

South Korea Ambassador: Valcea among Romania’s top counties by tourism and economic potential

South Korean Ambassador Park Hyo-Sung said on Monday, while on a visit to Valcea County, that the county has plenty of business opportunities to offer and that he will take steps to promote this potential among the business people of his country.

Valcea is a beautiful region and is among Romania’s top counties by its tourism and economic potential. Obviously this aspect renders it attractive for business development in the area and I am convinced many business people from South Korea would want to develop business projects here, the more so as this year Romania and South Korea celebrate 25 years of bilateral relations. (…) I gather there is also an element of national pride connected to the county seat Ramnicu Valcea, as the place where Romania’s national anthem was sung for the first time; I have heard it many times since I came to Bucharest, and I can say it’s one of the most beautiful in the world, said the South Korean Ambassador.

Speaking on behalf of the hosts, president of the Valcea County Council Gheorghe Pasat said that the county will become even more attractive to investors after the Sibiu – Pitesti motorway is built.

“Brussels approved the project of the Sibiu – Pitesti motorway and works will start next year; in three years, Europe’s most important commercial route will cross Valcea County. In connection with this, we hope that many ambassadors and business people from Europe and Asia will discover the potential of this county which, from heavy industry through health and mountain tourism to mineral resources has the potential to attract investments. The presence of Mr. Ambassador of South Korea here is a first step (…) towards developing the county and bringing jobs and private investments to the region,” said Pasat, according to Agerpres.

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