A complex of new buildings and structures of the State Border Service of Turkmenistan was opened on the coast of the Caspian Sea in the Balkan province of Turkmenistan on Tuesday.
The new complex is equipped with advanced technologies, digital systems, and electronic maps that allow for monitoring the movement of passenger and military vessels in the Caspian Sea, as well as determining their fuel and water reserves, according to the official Turkmen media.
The complex houses a dormitory with 200 beds, as well as a pier. In addition, the complex features indoor and outdoor sports facilities, as well as a medical department.
The complex also includes a cafeteria, kitchen, and bakery for providing meals, as well as residential rooms and storage facilities for food supplies. Furthermore, new houses for officers and their families have been built within this complex.
During the opening ceremony, vehicles were handed over to the complex of buildings and facilities of the State Border Service by the order of President of Turkmenistan Serdar Berdimuhamedov.