"We will send an appropriate invitation … We will wait for their arrival. I expect the businessmen to arrive in late spring, in May-June," Muradov told Sputnik in Crimea radio station.
He pointed out that the Bahrain's businessmen were ready to work in Crimea in the spheres of tourism, construction, agriculture, baking as well as fishing industry.
"They are ready to invest in these branches of our economy in order to produce goods for themselves. Our cooperation may be perspective," Muadov added.
The Crimean peninsula seceded from Ukraine and reunified with Russia after more than 96 percent of local voters supported the move in a referendum in March 2014. Kiev, as well as the European Union, the United States and their allies, did not recognize the move and consider the peninsula to be an occupied territory.
Nevertheless, over 60 delegations from dozens of countries have visited Crimea this year, defying Western restrictions, including those from France, Italy, Jordan and many other nations.