"Our country is free of natural disasters and has a full democracy and great business opportunities," the president pointed out at the event that intends to promote Panama.
The Panamanian head of state highlighted how both the Netherlands and Panama have well-developed maritime infrastructure, a competitive advantage for the two countries.
"We want more Dutch companies to set up in Panama, a country that offers numerous investment opportunities for those who want to do business," the president emphasized to the audience of Dutch business people.
Panama's ambassador in the Netherlands, José Terán, also spoke at Panama Invest, underscoring how Panama opened an embassy in The Hague six months ago and recognizing the importance of maintaining good bilateral relations, as shown by the presence of the president in this European country promoting investments in Panama.
Another speaker at this economic forum was the minister of Canal Affairs and secretary of the Metro, Roberto Roy, who made a point to demonstrate the significance of the Panama Canal expansion.