Sixty-ninth meeting of the Provincial Investment Services Center was held in the Sheikh Safi Hall of the Ardebil Governorate headed by Ardabil Governor General and with the presence of Governor Deputies for Coordination of Civil and Economic Affairs and Development of Resources, general directors, and the official and permanent representatives of the executive organizations who are the members of the Center.
According to the Public Relations Department of the Directorate General of Economic and Financial Affairs of Ardabil Province, Governor General of Ardabil said in this meeting that “One of the things that should always be followed up is the facilitation of the investment process and by doing so, the prosperity and speed of investment in the province can be continued.”
Engineer Behnam Joo added: “the time required to respond to investment inquiries has been reduced from two months to a week by organizing workgroups and regular meetings of members of the Investment Services Center. Using the experiences of successful provinces in this regard can lead to be more successful than the current position.”
Head of the Provincial Investment Services Center said: “Land use planning is one of our most important goals which started last year and at the same time, we will complete the detailed land use planning in order to identify completely the capacity to invest in agricultural, tourism and industry sectors and their location and conditions for domestic and foreign investors until the sixth month of the second year of next year.”
“Managers of the relevant executive devices must complete the issuance of the license for the 15 industrial districts within the next two weeks, which in this case, investors can easily refer to these areas for obtaining permits, due to the existence of water, electricity, gas facilities, and environmental permits.” He said.
“We need a comprehensive plan in the tourism sector in which we can provide the potential and capabilities of investment in the tourism sector, especially service and welfare plans and granting permits to those interested in investment in this field by allocating credits to the General Directorate of Cultural of Heritage, Crafts, and Tourism.” The governor of Ardabil noted.