In Dashoguz, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov met with a farmer and students of the Agricultural Institute

On May 31, the chairman of the Halk Maslakhaty of Milli Gengesh (upper house of parliament) Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov , who is on a working trip to the Dashoguz velayat, visited the Turkmen Agricultural Institute, the state information agency TDH reports .

Before meeting with the students, the ex-president talked with the tenant of the Gubadag etrap Tazebay Ataev . Daikhanin has three sons and a daughter who are also farmers. The family leases 3,500 hectares of land on which they grow wheat, cotton and corn, the newspaper reports. Atayev told Berdimuhamedov Sr. about the use of microfertilizers in agriculture and poultry farming.

In turn, the chairman of the Halk Maslakhaty told the tenant about the centralized acceptance of products carried out on behalf of the president and the improvement of water supply to agricultural lands.

On the eve of Serdar Berdimuhamedov expressed dissatisfaction with the work of the Hyakim of the Dashoguz velayat Nazarmyrat Nazarmyradov . The President noted the low pace of work carried out in the region's agriculture and expressed dissatisfaction with the level of their organization. A few days before the meeting, the president visited the Dashoguz velayat, where he severely reprimanded Guizgeldi Baijanov , chairman of the State Committee for Water Resources, for problems in the field of water supply. The region has been suffering from a shortage of water for irrigating fields for the third year already .

Then the ex-president met with students who said that they regularly participate in international competitions and olympiads. They assured him that they would become specialists in demand for the country, including for the agro-industrial complex.

Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov noted that in connection with the use of information technologies and electronic means in the field of education, it is necessary to revise the legal acts of training and management of educational work . He also advised students to study foreign languages, including English, which "will allow them to develop in step with the times."

Source: Chronicles of Turkmenistan