Croatian deputy prime minister said on Thursday that the trade volume between Turkey and Croatia should be boosted.
Delivering a speech at the meeting of Turkish-Croatian Business Council in Istanbul, Croatia's Deputy Premier Damir Polancec said trade volume with Turkey was about 560 million U.S. dollars and the two countries should work to increase this figure.
Recalling that Turkey and Croatia signed several bilateral agreements and protocols, Polancec said, "when the world is passing through economic crisis, we are taking important steps for economies of the two countries. All of us should focus on how we can overcome this crisis." The two countries could turn this crisis into an opportunity for improvement of bilateral cooperation, Polancec said.
There were several areas in his country in which Turkish businessmen could invest, Polancec said.
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