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December 6, 2022

President Iohannis meets representatives of Suceava-Botosani Bioeconomics Regional Innovative Cluster

President Klaus Iohannis has met on Wednesday at the “Stefan cel Mare” International Airport in Suceava with representatives of the Suceava-Botosani Bioeconomics Regional Innovative Cluster.

According to a release of the Presidential Administration, the cluster’s representatives presented to the head of state their association’s intention to specialize as a well functioning regional organization, one that is prepared to put into practice projects with European funding meant to ensure a durable development of the area.

“Within the meeting, President Klaus Iohannis expressed his support for this initiative of a region with an important development potential. Romania’s President underscored that his visit aims precisely at endorsing such innovative projects, especially for those that are in the area of bioeconomics, population’s food safety and environment protection and that such integrated visions can generate the economic progress in the Suceava-Botosani area,” the release points out.

According to the release, President Klaus Iohannis appreciated that through these initiatives one can hope that the development of the rural area becomes real and durable, and Romania can rank on the first position in the European Union in terms of ecological agriculture.

Within the discussions, the people attending the event emphasized on the need of cooperation between the counties involved. On this occasion, discussions about the the “Stefan cel Mare” International Airport in Suceava were carried out, one of the most new and modern airports in the region. Both Romania’s President and representatives of the cluster pointed out the special benefits that this type of structure can bring to the region.

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