President Iohannis: Transport infrastructure must be first priority of any Government

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The transport infrastructure must be the first priority of any Government, President Klaus Iohannis said on Thursday, in the speech delivered during his visit to the Ford plant in Craiova.

"In drawing investment, the local administration has a key-role which I encourage to become a rule and not an exception. We all know that one of the essential requirements is ensuring a high-quality infrastructure. To benefit from bigger, more performing investment, to reduce the wide regional gaps existing in Romania, the transport infrastructure must be the first priority of any Government," Iohannis said.

He showed that, before participating in the launch of the new Ford EcoSport model, he discussed this matter with the Government representatives participating in the event, among whom Prime Minister Mihai Tudose.

"In our discussions we approached these topics and I received all necessary promises," Iohannis showed.

The head of the state underscored that Romania's imperatives in terms of infrastructure are necessary "not only for the auto industry to become more attractive and more competitive, but also for Romanians to be able to travel efficiently and safely, so that Romania's development be laid on solid and healthy foundations." AGERPRES (RO — author: Florentina Peia, editor: Marius Fratila; EN — author: Adina Panaitescu, editor: Simona Klodnischi)

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