President of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson is currently on an official visit to Romania to discuss, among other issues, potential cooperation on energy with President Traian Basescu, which according to Grímsson, both countries are interested in.
The presidents had a long discussion yesterday about opportunities for Icelandic companies by participating in economic development in Romania, and development in general, ruv.is reports.
Representatives of 25 Icelandic companies accompanied Grímsson on his trip, including people from banks, investment, construction, urban development, and energy harnessing companies.
Basescu emphasized that Icelandic companies were welcome to Romania because the country needed powerful business associates. The Romanian government believes Iceland’s experience could be useful for their country in many ways.