More than twenty investment projects of Turkish business is agreed, the Main areas of cooperation - ferry letter, telecommunications and construction, said the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov.
Turkish businessmen have been brought in Crimea an additional nine projects of cooperation, said on Wednesday Aksenov in Simferopol at a meeting with the authorities of the Peninsula Chapter of "OSB Kayseri" (Turkey) Tahir Norscan. Summer Turkish business discussed with the authorities of the Peninsula group of projects in Crimea worth More than $ 12 billion." More than twenty projects through the endorsement of, the investment agreement will be signed this month. Main projects - organization of shipping, ferry messages between the Crimea and Turkey, the construction of five-star hotels and working in the field of telecommunications ", - RIA "news" words Aksenova. Aksenov said that the Turkish telecommunications business in Turkey offers the project of laying fiber-optic line length of 450 km, and the development of mobile communication on the Peninsula. Information about the proposal to create a mobile operator in Crimea with the use of idle equipment today the Ukrainian-Turkish mobile operator (brand Life) confirmed one of the members of the Turkish delegation who visited the Crimea, head of Untas Telekom Turkcell Murat karata?. According to Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Ruslan Balbec, the evaluation of proposals on the establishment of a regular ferry messages between Turkey and the ports of Feodosiya and Evpatoria in the Crimea. In the last month of summer was resumed ferry letter between the Turkish port of Zonguldak and Sebastopol. Sevastopol Shipping operator operates the ferry for delivery to Peninsula building materials, consumer goods, fruits and vegetables. On the agreement with the authorities of the Crimea is 21 investment projects Turkish businessmen totaling about half a billion dollars, said during the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Ruslan Balbec. Group of organizations "OSB Kayseri" brings together about 1,500 industrial plants, most of which is located in the free economic area in Kayseri (Turkey), carrying out export-import operations.