Major Turkish holding "Arbel" (Arbel), holding leading positions in the world in the manufacture and sale of legumes, showed interest to invest in the Crimean economy, said the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the holding Mahmut Arslan.
He noticed that familiar with the investment climate in all CIS countries, including Russia is the most profitable and reliable place of foreign investment.
The investor told me that was interested in investments into the Crimea when he was from Ukraine, but then drop this." I see that Crimea will achieve much more success, being from Russia. I am aware that the world paid a lot of attention, in my opinion, implementation imposed by the European Union and us sanctions, " said Arslan at the meeting with the Crimean authorities.
according to his statement, the Turkish holding, which successfully implements its projects in Canada, USA, China, Australia, South Africa, Kyrgyzstan, showed interest to invest in growing legumes in the Crimea, where well-suited for this climate rules.
for its part, the Vice-Premier of the Crimean government Ruslan Balbec noticed that the Crimean region have shown interest in Turkish investments, for this reason, the authorities are ready to support and promote their endeavors.
"Your arrival in Russian Crimea argues that, despite the politicization of the Crimean issue in the world, our region has all necessary conditions for investors to such a large level wanted to develop a small business here," finished the Balbec.
The EU Council on June 19 issued a press release stating extending until June 23, 2016, of restrictive measures concerning Crimea and Sevastopol. The foreign Minister of the EU has extended economic sanctions against Russia until 31 January 2016, approving appropriate amendments to the EU decision on sectoral restrictive measures concerning Russia. The decree of the Council of the European Union on the extension of sanctions will begin on June 23 after its publication on the same day published in the journal of the European Union, said Last news in the press service of the EU Council.