PRESIDENT SERDAR BERDIMUHAMEDOV: THE SEAPORT OF TURKMENISTAN IS THE MOST IMPORTANT TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS HUB OF EURASIA

     During a holiday trip to the Balkan velayat President of Turkmenistan Serdar Berdimuhamedov visited the Turkmenbashy International Seaport, where the head of state was greeted with great enthusiasm and joy by the staff of the Turkmenbashy International Seaport.
     Director General of the Transport and Communications Agency under the Cabinet of Ministers M. Chakyev reported to President Serdar Berdimuhamedov on the port’s operation and equipment of its terminals.
     The Turkmenbashi International seaport provides the most favorable conditions for access to European countries and the Indian ocean region. Its equipped with advanced equipment and the latest technologies which allows you to save time when loading goods.
     Currently, the country pays special attention to strengthening the transport and transit potential and power of the country, as well as the diversification of the national economy. To this end, the network of modern East–West and North–South transport corridors is being consistently developed. In this regard, large-scale work is underway to expand the integrated system of air, rail, road, and sea communications. This will contribute to the development of mutually beneficial regional trade and economic relations on the Eurasian continent.
     Customs, border, migration, passport control and other necessary procedures are carried out in the building of the Ferry passenger terminal of the port, designed for 800 passengers, in accordance with modern requirements and international standards.
     Noting that the Turkmenbashi International Seaport, along with the development of international relations, also occupies an important place in building the potential of the national economy, the President of Turkmenistan instructed to analyze its economic profitability on a scientific basis.
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