Serdar Berdymukhamedov met with Japanese officials and visited several factories.

The four-day visit of the Turkmen delegation led by the chairman of the Turkmen-Japanese Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group of the Mejlis of Turkmenistan, Deputy Khyakim of the Ahal velayat Serdar Berdymukhamedov to Japan ended . The delegation members held a series of meetings with Japanese officials and visited several enterprises.

According to the Foreign Ministry of Turkmenistan, on March 25, a meeting of the delegation of Turkmenistan with the Speaker – Chairman of the House of Representatives of the Japanese Parliament Tadomori Oshima took place, during which views were exchanged on various areas of interstate interaction, including in the political, diplomatic, economic, cultural and humanitarian fields.

On the same day, Turkmen officials visited the Miraikan World of the Future Museum and the Ariake Water Reclamation water purification center.

On March 26, Serdar Berdymukhamedov discussed bilateral relations with the First Deputy Foreign Minister of Japan, Abe Toshiko .

Then the delegation of Turkmenistan visited the Nissan Motor Tochigi plant and the Tokyo Super Eco Town waste recycling plant.

On March 27, Berdymukhamedov Jr. met with the mayor of Tando Yamamoto Shinji .

The Turkmen delegation then visited the Ysyokuniku beef plant, the cherry growing greenhouses and the Nagominousan farm in Yamagata Prefecture.

On March 28, Serdar Berdymukhamedov met with the governor of Tokyo, Yuriko Koike , and the delegation of Turkmenistan visited the robotics center of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd., where the presentation of the company’s advanced technologies took place.

Recall that on March 20, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov personally addressed the delegation before its departure to Japan. The head of state instructed government representatives to discuss the possibility of financing the TAPI gas pipeline and the issue of supplying new vehicle modifications to Toyota to Turkmenistan.

Source: Chronicles of Turkmenistan