Prime Minister Mihai Tudose talked on Tuesday, at the Victoria Governmental Palace, with Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Stella Ronner-Grubacic about the prospects of developing the bilateral economic collaboration, a release of the Government issued on Tuesday reveals.
According to the quoted source, the Executive head underscored that Romania registers the highest economic growth of the European Union, which opens new opportunities of investments for the upcoming period.
“Romania is doing fine from an economic point of view and we have full openness for endorsing the business and investment environment,” PM Tudose stated, adding that investments are among the priorities of the 2018 budget draft.
The PM stated that Romania further wants to be a reliable partner inside the EU, especially in the context of taking over the first mandate to the Presidency of the Council of the EU, in the first semester of 2019. “This responsibility represents an important challenge for Romania,” the head of the Executive added.
In her turn, Dutch Ambassador Stella Ronner-Grubacic stated that the Dutch investors already present in Romania are interested in new business opportunities on the Romanian market. “In addition, numerous Dutch businessmen voiced interest in launching investments in Romania, encouraged by the good economic development of Romania,” the release mentions.
The Dutch diplomat expressed her country’s availability to share with Romania the experience gathered in the mandates concluded so far of the Presidency of the Council of the EU.
The Romanian delegation was made up of State Secretary Florin Vodita and State Councilor Gabriel Andronache, the Government release informs.