The session of the Heads of the Governments of the CIS to discuss the projects in energy, transport and communication spheres

During the session of the Cabinet of Ministers on May 31, Vice-premier, Foreign Minister R. Meredov reported on the preparation to the participation of Turkmen delegation in coming session of the Heads of the Governments of the Commonwealth of Independent States in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan on June 1.

The agenda of the session of the Heads of the Governments of the CIS states will include the number of actual directions of the partnership in the Commonwealth including in economic sector. In this regard, the delegation of Turkmenistan will propose to discuss the subjects related to the implementation of the initiatives of the Leader of the Nation given during the CIS Summit in October last year in Sochi and aimed at the participation of CIS states in large-scale infrastructural projects in energy, transport and communication spheres.

It is also planned to make the number of other proposals on more efficient involvement of Caspian infrastructure, especially Turkmenbashy International Seaport, by the CIS members, on intensification of the cooperation in such fields as industry, technologies, agriculture, business contacts, cultural and humanitarian sphere and other.

President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov highlighted that our country builds the relations with the Commonwealth’s states on free will, historically formed traditions of friendship, mutual respect of the interests, principles of equal open dialog and long-term partnership.

Neutral Turkmenistan holds initiative position in the subjects of cooperation in the CIS and is willing to render comprehensive support to successful realization of existing versatile potential in wide spectrum of directions, the Head of the State noted. Our country also committed to the cooperation with the CIS states in the development of balanced solutions of current objectives of regional and global agenda, especially those related to the provision of universal peace, safety and sustainable development.

Source: Turkmenistan: the Golden Age Online Newspaper