The government prepares strategy to attract Chinese tourists

The government will write specific strategy to attract Chinese tourists in Bulgaria. This became clear after the meeting of Prime Minister Oresharski with the President of the State Council of PR China Li Keqiang. The Bulgarian Prime Minister's visit to the Asian country, where he will participate in the international economic forum "Annual Meeting of the New Champions". The conference is known as the "Summer Davos" and is held in the Chinese city of Dalian.
Bulgaria must be flexible and show equality in terms of foreign investments. This advice was given by the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to the Prime Minister Oresharski. A working group of experts from different ministries will leave after three weeks for Beijing to clarify the possibilities for cooperation between the two countries. Oresharski invited a Chinese business delegation visiting Sofia and asked the Chairman of the State Council Li Keqiang to encourage some large companies to engage in it.
The Bulgarian delegation that accompanied the Prime Minister Oresharski during his visit to China, rated as "very positive" the meeting with Li Keqiang. The conversations in the Residence Pan Shui Tao where the meeting was held between the two, mainly discussed the future cooperation between China and Bulgaria in terms of economic relationships. The Chinese side have shown great interest in railways in Bulgaria.
The construction of a new railway, port and road infrastructure in the country will attract more investments. The Chinese companies can enter our market and with the introduction of new technologies. Plamen Oresharski was impressed by the efficient operation of the state-owned companies in the Asian country.
One of the main objectives of the Bulgarian government will be to attract Chinese tourists in Bulgaria. The Prime Minister invited the Chairman of the State Council of the People's Republic of China next year to visit our country. In 2014, China will celebrate 65 years of independence, while Bulgaria is the second country in the world that had acknowledged the eastern state.