Nasrul Abit conveyed the current complaints of investors and entrepreneurs nationally haunted about the most difficult land affairs that exist in West Sumatra so that many people no longer want to deal with the land as a result of the complicated matters.
It was conveyed when he led the Ramadhan Safari Team of West Sumatra Province who visited the mosque of Al Wustha, Nagari (traditional village) Alahan Panjang, Lembah Gumanti Sub-district, Solok District on Thursday (May 31) night.
“We realize that one regional advance needs the support of investment because regional funds are so limited that they can not afford to finance overall development,” he stated.
Meanwhile, the current challenges require acceleration from various sides including infrastructure development, he said.
He said that the condition in general caused people to have open minded in receive investment to the area so that the progress and prosperity of people can be realized.
Besides investment, the development of tourism in West Sumatra also became one of the priorities in piloting tourist arrivals and it is hoped to be able to move the real sector of regional development economy.
Especially for Solok District, he said that it is necessary for the government to make space area where people take a break since when passing the beautiful locations in the area.
In addition, the management of professional tourism will certainly make more people will visit the area and they will understand West Sumatra tourism, cultured and religious. (cha)