Matan Safran, Commercial attaché of the Israeli Embassy in Bucharest: I am sure that we can and should do much more to enlarge and diversify our economic ties

matan safran5Since the birth of Israel, our two countries have enjoyed a long-lasting and fruitful cooperation which today extends to many areas. The commercial links are the key drive, with increasing interest from business communities on both sides. Due to this strong collaboration, we have a rich record of some very recent successful stories on areas such as: IT, medical, energy, water and security.

Israel has the interest and willingness to share its experience in innovation, in order to assist Romania in fostering and nurturing the great Romanian talent.

From the moment Israel gained its independence, it was understood that its most powerful resource is the human capital. The State of Israel, in general, and the Embassy of Israel in Bucharest, in particular, recognize in the same way the extraordinary potential and human capital existent in Romania.

We understand the current problem of brain drain, which Romania is still dealing with, and we offer our support in identifying the proper solutions for resolving and preventing this issue.

I personally admire the Romanian people for their resilience, ambition and competitiveness they showed over the years.

I am sure that we can and should do much more to enlarge and diversify our economic ties.

I am certain that current and future collaborations with the State of Israel will create an ever growing path of mutual exchange of knowledge and technologies.  Combined with that Romania’s growth and talent we will create the right business ecosystem which will result in business success stories for the benefit of the people of our two countries.



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