“Investment in the Crimea is Very Attractive for Turkish businessmen”

“Investment in the Crimea is Very Attractive for Turkish businessmen”

Mustafa KURT the Chairman of the Capital Platform and the delegation accompanying him met with Mustafa Cemil Kırımoğlu, the President of the Crimean National Assembly of the Crimean Tatar Autonomous Republic, and made exchange of ideas "in the social and economic projects"…

Crimea (Non-Governmental Initiative) – Capital Platform held one of its official visits to Crimea within the framework of the motto “let the people live, so that the state is alive”.

Mustafa KURT the Chairman of the Capital Platform and the delegation accompanying him met with one of the important leaders of the Turkish World Mustafa Cemil Kırımoğlu, the President of the Crimean National Assembly and made exchange of ideas to develop the social and economic relations between the two countries.

Kurt “We are going to determine new investment areas with the Turkish-Crimean Business Forum ”

The Capital Platform’s Chairman Mustafa Kurt stated in his assessment due to his visit that both the Turkish businessmen the Crimean businessmen are ready to act together in co-investment.

Kurt remarked that there has been significant progress in specifying the possible investments ​​in talks with the Crimean Businessmen’s Association and said that “We made a good will agreement in principle. Soon, along with Turkish businessmen and Crimean businessmen we would like to organize a Business Forum”.

By saying a week-long visit consolidated the friendship between the two countries the Chairman Kurt underlined the following facts:

“The Crimean Tatars still have the traces of the exile in 1944… The Crimeans who had to live abroad and work for decades with missing their homeland are living as if they are abroad. We are here to change that perspective. If we are able to move in unity and solidarity, we can take a step socially and economically forward. I saw this commitment both in us and in Crimeans.”

The Chairman Kurt finished his words as follows by underlying the fact that they also went to the Crimean Autonomous Republic to solve the problems of Crimean Turks:

“I have been feeling the painful story of the Crimean Tatars in my heart since I was a teenager… As the Capital Platform, we are determined to do everything we can to increase social welfare of Crimea. This depends on our mutual relations … I mean, come and let’s invest in the region… Because Autonomous Republic of Crimea is a region in which all kinds of investments can be made… So let’s make both our economies and relations better…”