Romanian Ambassador, Dan Adrian Balanescu has proposed to the Bali Governor to start allowing their citizens to gain access to the island.
During his visit to Bali Governor’s official residence, Jaya Sabha in Denpasar on Monday (18/9), Balanescu asked the Governor, I Wayan Koster to reopen the border for Romanian visitors. “The travel bubble program that was recently implemented by the government could be the beginning of Bali tourism to start reopening its border for more countries, including Romania.” Balanescu said on Monday.
Balanescu also appreciated the governor’s vision to aim for quality tourism for Bali and he’s optimistic that Romanian visitors will provide a positive contribution to the island. “I totally support the government’s program to be more focused on quality tourism, and I’ll ensure that Romanians are one of the best tourists as they had never caused any problem during their visits in Bali before Covid-19 struck in 2020.” Balanescu added.
Apart from tourism, Balanescu also proposed Koster to establish a bilateral relationship between the two countries, especially with one of Romania’s provinces that has similarities with Bali.
Meanwhile Koster appreciated Balanescu’s visit and assured that Bali has been working hard to create better procedures in handling Covid-19 transmissions. Koster explained that Covid-19 cases have significantly reduced as Covid-19 vaccination, testing, tracing and treatment programs have been running rapidly to prevent the cases from surge. “We have prepared new tourism standards for Bali tourism and used this Covid-19 pandemic as momentum to transform our tourism industry.” Koster concluded.
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