On Tuesday evening, the prime minister said, figures show Romania recovered from the economic crisis in “just one year”. In a press release, Florin Coe promised to achieve his reform goals by 2024 and emphasized that the internal campaign of the National Liberal Party (PNL) would not affect governance.
The prime minister said the Romanian economy grew by 13.6 percent in the second quarter compared to the same period last year. “Looks good, doesn’t it? Unfortunate conditions have hit the global economy more than others in the past 100 years,” Florin Coe adds.
The Prime Minister noted that the Romanian economy, like the economies of other countries, stopped last year due to the coronavirus epidemic. The government then proposed a series of measures to rescue the economy, including the IMM INVEST program to help small and medium-sized businesses, debt rescheduling and loan repayments, and the postponement of tax payments.
Florin Coe also recalled last year’s promise that the Romanian economy would quickly recover from the crisis with V-shaped growth. “We worked hard, but we succeeded. That is why I am so grateful to you, dear Romanian citizens. It would not have been possible without you. The Prime Minister announced “You are the real heroes.”
According to the prime minister, 13.6% of the economic growth is a great achievement whatever some say. This number shows that I did well last year as Finance Minister and this year as Prime Minister. I have already said, and will repeat as many times as necessary, that the internal campaign of the National Liberation Party does not affect governance in Romania. For me, the interests of the Romanians always take priority.”
According to Florin Coe, during his reign, the country entered a new stage of economic development. In this new era, the state is a partner of the private sector, and it pays its bills on time, and public money is not wasted. “This is just the beginning,” said the prime minister, who expects double-digit economic growth by the end of the year.
The Prime Minister spoke to the public on Tuesday from his office G4media Quick analysis He said he fled the press after two embarrassing episodes of his past had been the subject of public discourse in recent days: After a drunk-driving ruling was passed two decades ago, the prime minister had to explain a second case on Monday to a US court.
(cover photo source: Agerpres)