On October 21, 2019 in Tokyo, before the start of the working visit by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov to Japan, the Turkmen-Japanese business forum was held. In the conference hall of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel, a small exposition of decorative and applied arts products of Turkmenistan was exhibited.
The meeting was attended by leaders and leading experts of a number of large Japanese companies working in various industrial sectors, sectors of transport, communications and high technology. The Turkmen side was represented by the heads of various ministries and departments, members of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs more than 40 companies and other private entities.
The forum was opened by a representative of the leadership of one of the most influential Japanese corporations Itochu, who cordially welcomed the Turkmen guests.
In turn, the Turkmen side emphasized that the head of state, in a number of priority vectors of foreign policy, particularly emphasizes the comprehensive strengthening of political, economic, cultural and humanitarian ties with the states of the Asia-Pacific region, including Japan.
During the forum, a presentation was held on the topic Investment Opportunities of Turkmenistan. As noted, the investment policy pursued by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and the large-scale reforms initiated by him are aimed at realizing great potential, increasing the efficiency of the economy and achieving a high level of well-being of the Turkmen people.
Summing up the results of the business forum, the speakers noted that President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov's strategic line aimed at further integrating the Turkmen economy into the world system brings significant results and opens up new prospects for cooperation, the opportunity to realize even bolder ideas and initiatives.
At the end of the business forum, the founder of Japan Dynamics Co., a doctor and professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Hideomi Koinuma, made a presentation on the work of President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov The medicinal plants of Turkmenistan.
Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Turkmenistan