British Ambassador to Bucharest, Martin Harris declared in an interview for the Romanian public television, TVR that the meeting between President Basescu and British PM David Camera will end with a partnership for the development of the economy at the European level and bilaterally and the visit will encourage British investors especially in cyber infrastructure. Romania is a stable ally, Harris said.
Here are his statements:
- It will be the first meeting between Basescu and David Cameron.
- It is an occasion for a partnership between the government in Great Britain and authorities in Romania
- I believe both countries have a common situation: how to relaunch the economy after the crisis.
- I hope we can close a partnership at Brussels between Great Britain and Romania Europe’s economic growth is even a greater challenge and is very important for Europe to maintain competitiveness to emerging markets like India, China.
- We need to work at the European level to encourage commerce and promote innovation
- I believe both countries need to find new growth sources and Great Britain is waiting for a tight partnership with Romania in this sense
- We see in Romania a stable ally: we work together in Afghanistan, we implement the UN resolution in Libya and the two officials will tackle issues related to the Middle East
- Restrictions for Romanians will last until the end of the year when the British government will decide whether they will continue restrictions or not
- The meeting will end with a partnership to develop the economy and will encourage British investors to come to Romania.
- A huge British telecom company plans to invest over 500 million euro to widen mobile-internet infrastructure in rural areas. This is an excellent thing.