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SIMFEROPOL, March 25. /TASS/. Turkey invites Crimea to develop joint business projects in the tourism and industry sectors and is ready to help the region solve water shortage problems, the chairman of the Russian National Committee for Black Sea Economic Cooperation, Erdogan Gunduz Polat, said on Wednesday.
He mentioned ski resorts in Crimea and the construction of a furniture factory among the projects, saying Turkish investors were eager to join other Crimean projects.
Erdogan Gunduz Polat said many investors from Cappadocia, a tourist region in central Turkey, saw Crimea as possible investment destination, and not only in the tourism sector.
"We have implemented a number of projects in regions facing water shortage. We have heard about such problems in Crimea and are also ready to share the experience," he continued.
The vice premier of the Crimean government, Ruslan Balbek, confirmed readiness of republic’s ministries and agencies to implement joint projects.