Turkmenistan on Monday ratified Tripartite Consultation Convention of the International Labour Organization, the agency's Director-General Guy Ryder announced in his message.
The Convention concerning Tripartite Consultations to Promote the Implementation of International Labour Standards, also known as Convention 144 on the ILO list, was adopted in 1976 in Geneva and entered into force on May 16, 1978.
"Pleased to receive Ambassador Atageldi Haljanov with Turkmenistan's ratification of ILO Convention 144 on Tripartite Consultation," ILO Director-General Guy Ryder said in his announcement on Monday. "Dialogue between governments, employers and workers is vital to building a future with decent work".
The ratification and implementation of Convention No.144 offer governments and employers’ and workers organizations a platform for consultation about international labour standards.
Tripartite Consultation Convention follows 9 ILO Conventions previously ratified by Turkmenistan, and enters into force on Sep 9, 2020.
The Parliament of Turkmenistan adopted the Resolution on Joining the ILO Convention No.144 in June this year.