Following the working visit of the President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov to Japan, Turkmen and Japanese delegations held a signing ceremony of bilateral documents in Tokyo.
The signed documents include:
- General agreement between the State Water Committee of Turkmenistan and the Itochu Corporation (Japan) on the purchase and sale of earth moving machinery;
- General agreement between the Türkmenawtoulaglary Agency of the Ministry of Industry and Communications of Turkmenistan and the Sumitomo Corporation (Japan) on cooperation in the field of procurement of transport vehicles;
- Memorandum of understanding between the Türkmengaz State concern and the Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.(Japan) and Sojitz Corporation (Japan) to design on the basis of available results and to build the second complex of the current gasoline production plant through gas processing;
- Supplement No. 2 to the Framework Agreement between the Türkmenhimiýa State concern, Mitsubishi Corporation (Japan) and Gap Inşaat Yatirim ve Diş Ticaret Anonim Şirket (Turkey) on cooperation in the development of a project for the construction of a new ammonia and urea plant in Turkmenistan;
- Agreement between the Türkmenhimiýa State concern and the consortium of companies consisting of Sojitz Corporation, TTCL Public Company Limited, Rönesans Endüstri Tesisleri Inşaat Sanaýi ve Ticaret Anonim Şirketi for the design and construction of a production facility, on a contractual basis, at the Turkmenabat Chemical Plant for the production of concentrated phosphorus fertilizers.
The prospects of the Turkmen-Japanese partnership in various spheres were also put on the agenda of the bilateral meeting held at the Japanese Foreign Ministry.
The following documents were signed within the framework of the meeting:
- The Memorandum between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan and the Ministry of economy, trade and industry of Japan on cooperation in the field of infrastructure (with a road map);
- Updated and re-signed Agreement No. 4 on cooperation between the State Bank for foreign economic activity of Turkmenistan and the Japanese Bank for international cooperation.