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Bosnia and Herzegovina Ambassador Alagic is in Samsun for Cooperation
Adis Alagic-Bosnia and Herzegovina's Ambassador to Ankara visited Samsun TSO and met with the representatives of companies exporting to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
 4 Haziran, 2021


Adis Alagic-Bosnia and Herzegovina's Ambassador to Ankara visited Samsun TSO and met with the representatives of companies exporting to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina's Ambassador to Ankara Adis Alagic visited Samsun Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During the visit, which was also attended by Salih Zeki Murzioğlu- Chairman of the Board of Directors, Haluk Akyüz-President of the Assembly and Kerem Tüfekçi- Member of the Board of Directors, Ambassador Adis Alagic met with the representatives of companies exporting to Bosnia and Herzegovina and had mutual consultations. Salih Zeki Murzioğlu, said that, ''There are many possibilities to strengthen relations between our countries. We are ready to do our part to develop in industry and trade. Expressing his pleasure to be in Samsun, Ambassador Adis Alagic made a presentation to the participants about the general structure and investment opportunities of Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Emphasizing that the bilateral relations between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina are at a very high level, in his speech, Alagic said, “Currently, the foreign trade volume between the two countries is 700 million dollars. We are making an effort to increase this to 1 billion dollars. Turkey's role in the Balkans is very important. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in the heart of Europe. Its population is 3.5 million, but it is possible to reach a market of 650 million from there. Bosnia and Herzegovina offer significant advantages to foreign investors in terms of its strategic location, favorable commercial and other agreements, the qualified workforce at competitive prices, stable financial system, low operating costs, and attractive investment locations. Automotive, metal, agriculture, textile, and wood industries are the strongest traditionally sectors of our country. We want to cooperate more with Turkish entrepreneurs. We want to benefit from the entrepreneurial spirit of Turkish companies.

Adis Alagic-Bosnia and Herzegovina's Ambassador to Ankara visited Samsun TSO and met with the representatives of companies exporting to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina's Ambassador to Ankara Adis Alagic visited Samsun Chamber of Commerce and Industry. During the visit, which was also attended by Salih Zeki Murzioğlu- Chairman of the Board of Directors, Haluk Akyüz-President of the Assembly and Kerem Tüfekçi- Member of the Board of Directors, Ambassador Adis Alagic met with the representatives of companies exporting to Bosnia and Herzegovina and had mutual consultations. Salih Zeki Murzioğlu, said that, ''There are many possibilities to strengthen relations between our countries. We are ready to do our part to develop in industry and trade. Expressing his pleasure to be in Samsun, Ambassador Adis Alagic made a presentation to the participants about the general structure and investment opportunities of Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Emphasizing that the bilateral relations between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina are at a very high level, in his speech, Alagic said, “Currently, the foreign trade volume between the two countries is 700 million dollars. We are making an effort to increase this to 1 billion dollars. Turkey's role in the Balkans is very important. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in the heart of Europe. Its population is 3.5 million, but it is possible to reach a market of 650 million from there. Bosnia and Herzegovina offer significant advantages to foreign investors in terms of its strategic location, favorable commercial and other agreements, the qualified workforce at competitive prices, stable financial system, low operating costs, and attractive investment locations. Automotive, metal, agriculture, textile, and wood industries are the strongest traditionally sectors of our country. We want to cooperate more with Turkish entrepreneurs. We want to benefit from the entrepreneurial spirit of Turkish companies.

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Salih Zeki Murzioğlu- Chairman of Samsun CCI together with Cengiz Günay- Chairman of Tekirdağ TSO realized a congratulatory visit to Hasan Basri Kurt, who was assigned as the Chairman of KOSGEB. Salih Zeki Murzioğlu- Chairman of Samsun Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STSO), Cengiz Günay- Chairman of Tekirdağ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TTSO) visited Hasan Basri Kurt, who was assigned as Chairman of Small and Medium Enterprises Development and Support Administration (KOSGEB).  Murzioğlu and Günay wished Kurt success in his new assignment during the visit, which took place in a very friendly atmosphere. During the visit, projects, fairs and sectors that will strengthen the country's economy were discussed on. Murzioğlu shared the demands with Hasan Basri Kurt on the expectations from the business world and said, “With the changes made in January in the Business Development Support Program, an arrangement was made that businesses could not benefit from the second support program because of the supports in the first support program. In this process, where we need support more than ever, it is requested that the new arrangement should be reinstated. Because with this arrangement, the companies that will participate in the fairs will be able to get support for participation for only one fair. However, this will be a major obstacle for SMEs to reach different markets. KOSGEB supports have vital importance for the exhibition sector, which has come to the point of closure completely during the pandemic period. Therefore, the amount of support should be increased if possible. In addition, our businesses operating in the education sector suffered great losses during this period. We expect the education sector to be included in the scope of KOSGEB supports. We also expect the services sector to be included in the micro-enterprise quick support program". Hasan Basri Kurt expressed his satisfaction with the visit and stated that the demands of the business world are important for them and that they will evaluate their demands.
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