Assembly meetings of economic affairs

Posted on 17 May 2013 by Administrator

The economic affairs adviser to the United States of Mexico in Rome Eleazar Velasco Navarro and that of Milan Oscar Camacho during their stay in Tirana attended the first meetings specifically on trade and cooperation between Mexico and Albania.

During the meeting with the head of the Albanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tirana Nikolin Jakaj they stressed the trade exchange between the countries on the export and import of products. In this case the Mexican counsillor said that Mexico is known for their drinks and exotic fruit exports and is interested in Albania for its export of clothing and agricultural products.

Later Camacho and Navoro held a meeting with Mexico’s honorary consul mr. Ylli Ndroqi. Mr. Ndroqi pointed out that concrete cooperation between the countries besides diplomatic headquarters included commerce and presented to the Mexican advisers the tourist resources of Albania. The invitation is publicly open, said mr. Ndroqi to invest in tourism, especially on the sea coast. The albanian side asked to respect the laws of Mexico, to create opportunities for albanian citizens to move freely between the countries to recognize closely the tourist assets.

Performance of businesses and key sectors that require investment, advisers to economic issues in Mexico recognized the Albanian agency for foreign investments where the director of the institution made a presentation of foreign business investments in the country emphasising the fact that Albania is a safe partner for investors.

Accompanied by the honory counsil of Mexico in Albania, the counselors met with the Minister of Economics and Energy Florion Mima. Mr. Mima said that the government is doing everything to preserve the stability of investments in the country despite the financial situation in the world.

At the end of the meeting the parties agreed that such business forums between the two countries return to tradition in order to secure investments. This will be accomplished through joint discussion, meetings and fairs in both countries.