Many Turkish companies have offices in North Macedonia, providing jobs, paying taxes, and participating in the country’s production and export, which should encourage more businesspeople from Turkey to invest in the country, Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski said at a meeting with a delegation from MATTO Macedonia Turkey Chamber of Commerce led by Ajdovan Ademovski, news agency MIA informs.
According to an official press release, Prime Minister Kovachevski reaffirmed the Government’s strong commitment to strengthening economic cooperation with Turkey through partnering with MATTO and its member companies.
He added that he would visit Turkey to strengthen the traditional friendship between the two countries even more through increasing mutual economic cooperation and trade, which now stands at over 650 million, the release says.
Additionally, the country’s Economic Growth Plan is to be updated to support investments in renewable energy capacities, which should attract Turkish companies from this sector, the release adds. Minister of Transport and Communications Blagoj Bochvarski also attended the meeting.