Germany evinces interest in TS

press-release-on-dr-martinThe German republic has evinced interest in investing some of key sectors in Telangana state, according to its ambassador, Dr Martin Ney.

Accompanied by his wife Dr (Mrs) Gabriele, Mr Ney, has called on the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, today afternoon at camp office.

The Ambassador complemented the CM and Government of Telangana for conceiving and implementing a variety of people centric programs and schemes benefiting many. CM KCR briefing him about the state industrial and IT policies handed over a copy of Industrial Policy and said this is the best single window policy in the world. CM also mentioned about IT hub and incubator established by Telangana government.

During the course of discussion referring to the participation of Federal Republic of Germany in the development of Telangana the Ambassador mentioned that in India as of now there are as many as 1846 German firms in India but most of them are concentrated in Pune and Chennai. He expressed his country’s preparedness to bring German companies to Telangana and invest here in future. Chief Minister enquired about the system of education in Germany where skill development and education are run parallely aiming at creating employment opportunities.

CM also said that Telangana Government would establish more and more contacts with Ambassadors of European and Gulf countries and invite them here to explore the possibilities of their countries participation in development of Telangana.

Dr Martin Ney informed CM that they have appointed Sri BV Mohan Reddy as Honorary Consul of German Embassy here in Hyderabad.
CM presented a memento and two books namely, Art at Telangana (Coffee Table Book) and Telangana Tourism’s book on temples.

Minister for Industries, IT and Municipal Administration K T Rama Rao, Chief Secretary Dr Rajeev Sharma and others have also participated in the meeting.

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