Turkmenistan and Russia Intend to Develop Multi-Aspect Partnership

Turkmenistan and Russia Intend to Develop Multi-Aspect Partnership
Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev

President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, who arrived in Turkmenistan as the head of the Russian delegation to participate in the First Caspian Economic Forum, met in Avaza on Monday.

Noting significant successes in implementing the existing agreements, the Turkmen leader and the head of the Government of the Russian Federation confirmed their readiness to build up a fruitful partnership in terms of identifying its new directions and opportunities, including taking into account the agreements reached within the framework of the First Caspian Economic Forum.

In this regard, Turkmen leader and the Russian Prime Minister noted the productivity of the meetings between the representatives of the competent authorities for the economy and transport of the Caspian littoral states, including Turkmenistan and Russia, as well as the first meeting of the Turkmen-Astrakhan Council on Entrepreneurship.

The priority vectors of interaction were the fuel and energy complex, shipbuilding, automotive industry, shipping in the Caspian Sea, agriculture, including the supply of food products to the Russian market.

Berdimuhamedov and Medvedev paid attention to aspects of cooperation in ensuring global security of energy supplies, optimizing transport flows in the Eurasian space and solving environmental problems.

The Head of the Turkmen state and the Chairman of the Government of Russia expressed confidence in the ongoing development of interstate dialogue and reiterated their mutual interest in building a multi-aspect partnership.