Prime Minister Florin Citu declared on Friday, in Baia Mare, after visiting a furniture factory that exports the entire production, that the private entrepreneur was a real “hero” during the pandemic in Romania and such positive examples should be promoted publicly.
“During this government, the entrepreneur is a hero, and we have to present this hero to the public (…) There are too many negative examples and we discourage people. No, this is a positive example. And of course they had a wish [the factory’s administrators] to invest more in infrastructure, not for them, but for the people who live here, to make it easier for everyone, to get to work easier, then to get home faster, not to waste time in traffic. I repeat, it is a very important investment and it is an example for other companies in Romania,” said Florin Citu, according to Agerpres.
The prime minister emphasized that the furniture factory in Baia Mare is one of the top producers and exporters.
He visited the Aramis furniture factory on Friday morning, which has more than 5,000 employees and produces a diverse range of products for the Ikea concern.
I want to assure Romanians that we will have sources of funding and that what we have promised to do by 2024
Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Friday in Baia Mare, that there are sources of financing for large investment projects in Romania and that he will make good on his promises.
“I want to assure Romanians that we will have sources of funding and that what we have promised to do by 2024 – and I said that we are preparing for a government of at least eight years throughout 2028 – we will do. We will cross the Carpathians by motorway, as the Sibiu-Pitesti motorway will be built; we will build hospitals under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), but there are other hospitals as well. By 2024 we will have several hospitals,” Citu told a joint news conference with Cluj-Napoca Mayor Emil Boc and MEP Rares Bogdan.
On Friday, Citu visited a drive-thru vaccination site set up in Libertatii Square in Baia Mare and participated in the presentation of Maramures County investment plan and projects.