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''The Gambia is a country governed by the principles of democracy and it offers a favorable geographical position and a better system for Turkish investors,'' he said.
Speaking at a meeting organized by Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) in Istanbul, Barrow said: “Being in this wonderful country is a great honor for us.”
He also praised Turkey for being a great country from ancient times to present.
“The Gambia has a history of a 22-year-old democracy, we need support from a great country like Turkey to do better as a nation. We, therefore, want to sign a new beginning between the Gambia and Turkey,” Barrow added.
He said Turkey could support the Gambia in many sectors. “Especially aviation, tourism, agriculture, and health sectors are great opportunities to invest in the Gambia.”
“With plans of infrastructural improvements to be done in a near future, we believe Turkey is among the best candidates to invest and work in these areas of my country,” he added.
Barrow concluded that his country has a favorable system for investors than many other African countries.
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