When the BURSA Chamber of Commerce and Industry was hosted, the investment meeting of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern State was held. Stefan Rudolph, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy, Labor and Health of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Sabine Sibel Cura Ölcüoğlu, the Honorary Consul of Bursa in Germany, and representatives of the company attended the meeting. Bursa and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Possible cooperation possibilities were evaluated.

BTSO Health Council President Mustafa Esgin, who made the opening speech of the meeting, said that with its 1,500 year thermal resources, it is one of the first known health and thermal cities of Bursa. Byzantine Empress Theodoradan Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent reminds us of many historical figures seeking healing in Bursa Esgin, Health tourism in our country has become a strategic goal and a country policy now. As BTSO, we are signing important studies at the point of development of health tourism in Bursa. Health Free Zone The Cluster Medical Project and the Medical Thermal Tourism Forum we support are of great importance for the development of health tourism in Bursa. We hope that the meeting that we have realized today will contribute to the rise of Bursa in tourism. "


President of the Council, Esgin, who expressed that health tourism is an important economic resource in terms of cities and countries, highlighted that this area should not be ignored. Esgin pointed out that the health tourists who came to the country left 10 times more foreign currency than a normal tourist, "This data shows how much the health tourism is economically valuable. We need to speed up the promotion activities of our city in order to benefit more from our city's potential in health tourism. I believe that we can sign important collaborations with our German guests today. "


Stefan Rudolph, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy, Labor and Health, said the province was the only state in Germany to work on health tourism. Undersecretary Rudolph informed that Germany's north-eastern province, which has a population of 1.6 million, is the most visited city by the families in Germany, said: "The health economy is at the forefront of what we are most concerned with in our state. Bursa is a city that stands out with its charm in this area similar to your own state. It shows that we are making the most right decision by coming to Bursa for the cooperation with the projects and the potential of the city and health tourism. "


Stefan Rudolph, who said that the two countries should establish a strong and functional economic cooperation, stated that the Turkish-German cooperation would benefit both countries economically. Rudolph also emphasized that Turkey's economic reputation has never been shaken in Germany. "Germany's investments in Turkey have reached 13 billion dollars. We are the second country that invests the most in Turkey after the Netherlands and we have close to 7000 enterprises in Turkey. We must also add new collaborations on this strong base in the future, "he said.

Representatives of German companies attending the meeting gave speeches on success stories in the first language and gave information about the possibilities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Michael Gustke, Director of Air / Sea Transport Department at Schenker, and Florian Gehrig, General Manager of AERO-COATING firm, informed the participants about the opportunities in the aviation sector; Alexander Dodt, Director of the Visa Section of the German Consulate General in Istanbul, answered questions about the German visa.