During the consultations between the ministries of foreign affairs of Turkmenistan and the State of Israel on Monday, the diplomats considered the opportunities of developing trade-economic ties between the states and increasing mutual exports of Turkmen and Israeli products.
The Turkmen delegation was led by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, while the Israeli side was led by the Deputy Director General of the MFA of Israel, Head of Eurasia and the Western Balkans Division, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Gary Koren.
The parties reiterated the constructive nature of cooperation between the two states. The sides then discussed the development of political-diplomatic dialogue and collaboration within the international organizations, primarily within the UN.
The diplomats exchanged views on the priority vectors of bilateral cooperation with focus on the agriculture, healthcare and exchange of expertise in the area of innovations.
During the online meeting, the participants also discussed the issues of development of cultural-humanitarian relations and supported the advancement of mutually beneficial cooperation in this field.