Prime Minister of Tuzla Canton Sead Čaušević, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Edin Ajanović and Minister of Development and Entrepreneurship Petar Simić met yesterday with Ambassador of Malaysia to BiH Anuar Kasman. During the meeting they talked about the potential business cooperation in the field of infrastructure, wood industry, education and food industry.
Hosts acquainted Kasman with development projects and possibilities that offered to investors in the field of infrastructure, wood industry, education and food industry.
Čaušević noted the possibility of transforming 260 hectares of land around the Airport Tuzla into a business zone, and constructing the highway Brčko- Tuzla- Žepče which would be built on the principle of public-private partnership.
Prime Minister noted that 34 percent of arable land of FBiH is located in Tuzla Canton.
Ajanović also noted the great potential of the Čelić and Gračac in production of fruits and well trained workers.
Ambassador Kasman said that Malaysia is interested in buying raw wood, which could be regulated by concession.
Čaušević used the opportunity to thank Kasman for everything Malaysia has done for BIH over the years.