Items filtered by date: Saturday, 25 September 2021 - NEWSDAY GEORGIA

On September 25, 2021, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov chaired a meeting of the Halk Maslahaty (People’s Council) of the Milli Gengesh (National Council) of Turkmenistan on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the sacred Independence of Turkmenistan.

The meeting was attended by elected members of the Halk Maslahaty of the Milli Gengesh of Turkmenistan, members of the Mejlis, heads of government agencies, political parties and public organizations, khyakims of velayats, districts and cities, honorary elders and representatives of all sectors of the population.

The agenda of the nationwide event focused on the achievements of Turkmenistan’s statehood over 30 years of independence. The discussion also focused on the priorities of further comprehensive development of Turkmenistan and implementation of the goals and tasks to ensure prosperous life of Turkmen people. Important decisions were made aimed at further prosperity of our independent state and improving the living standards of the people.

In his speech, the President of Turkmenistan noted with satisfaction the tremendous achievements of the country during the years of sovereign development. The head of state noted that within historically short period of time Turkmen people proved to be a peace-loving, friendly nation able to build and create.

Noting the importance of the landmark date, Turkmen leader emphasized that this anniversary date intended to further strengthen the unity and cohesion of our people will become another confident step forward on the chosen creative path in the modern history of the country.

During his speech, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov emphasized formation of a solid foundation for strong economic development and outlined priority directions of the national policy.

The President also spoke about the importance of the foreign policy of the state and the high prestige of Turkmenistan in the international arena. As the head of state stressed, our state will continue consistently implement a peace-loving foreign policy strategy aimed at the development of friendly, constructive relations with the world countries.

During the meeting, the President of Turkmenistan signed decrees on awarding state awards to distinguished citizens on the occasion of the anniversary of Independence of Turkmenistan.

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25 сентября 2021 года под председательством Президента Гурбангулы Бердымухамедова состоялось заседание Халк Маслахаты (Народного Совета) Милли Генгеша Туркменистана, приуроченное к 30-й годовщине священной Независимости Туркменистана.

На заседании приняли участие избранные члены Халк Маслахаты Милли Генгеша Туркменистана, депутаты Меджлиса, руководители органов государственной власти, политических партий и общественных организаций, хякимы велаятов, этрапов и городов, почётные старейшины народа, представители всех слоёв населения.

На повестке дня общенационального мероприятия главной темой обсуждения стали достижения туркменского государства за 30 лет Независимости. Также были обсуждены приоритетные задачи дальнейшего всестороннего развития Туркменистана, реализации целей и задач для обеспечения благополучной жизни туркменского народа. Были приняты важные решения, направленные на дальнейшее процветание нашего независимого государства и повышения уровня жизни народа.

Президент Туркменистана в своем выступлении с удовлетворением отметил огромные достижения страны за годы суверенного развития. Как отметил Глава государства, за короткий по историческим меркам срок туркменский народ проявил себя как миролюбивая, дружелюбная нация, умеющая строить и созидать.

Отметив важность знаменательной даты, глава Туркменистана подчеркнул, что, эта юбилейная дата, призванная еще более укрепить единство и сплоченность нашего народа, впишется в современную историю страны как очередной уверенный шаг вперёд по избранному созидательному пути.   

Президент Гурбангулы Бердымухамедов в ходе выступления, акцентировав внимание на образовании глубокой основы мощного экономического развития, озвучил приоритетные направления национальной политики.

Также Президент говорил о значимости внешнеполитического курса государства и высокий авторитет Туркменистана на международной арене.  Как подчеркнул Глава государства, наше государство будет и впредь последовательно претворять в жизнь миролюбивую внешнеполитическую стратегию, нацеленную на развитие дружественных, конструктивных отношений с мировыми странами.

В рамках заседания Президент Туркменистана подписал Указы о награждении государственными наградами отличившихся в труде граждан по случаю юбилея независимости Туркменистана.

 

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Ports, airports and bonded warehouses are no longer the only things associated with the Free Trade Zone (FTZ).

Explore how the FTZ is "getting smarter" as more cutting-edge sci-tech products and services have been offered in Anhui, China.

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Australia's move to establish an enhanced trilateral security partnership with the United States and Britain has raised concerns over nuclear proliferation from the international community as under the deal Australia has scrapped a contract to buy submarines from France in favor of U.S.-made nuclear vessels.

Under a new security partnership unveiled last Wednesday between Australia, Britain and the United States, known as AUKUS, Australia will build nuclear-powered submarines with U.S. and British technology.

Australia then announced it would scrap the deal with France signed in 2016 to purchase 12 conventional diesel-electric submarines.

The deal has provoked widespread concern across the world, with many experts and observers lamenting the deal's long shadow over regional security in the Asia-Pacific and on global non-proliferation endeavor.

AUKUS, the new partnership, "is creating security anxieties" in the Asia and Pacific region and "putting many countries like the Philippines in guessing game scenarios," said Rommel Banlaoi, chairman of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research, in a recent interview with Xinhua.

Banlaoi warned that Washington and London's decision to help Australia build nuclear submarine capabilities could "intensify major power competition" in the region.

Aside from the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Banlaoi said Australia also faces a problem with its immediate neighbor New Zealand, because of that country's "very strong position on nuclear weapons-free principle."

Speaking at a webinar organized by the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University on Monday, former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said the deal has massive flaws.

Rudd said the Australian government's unilateral repeal of the submarine contract with France and switch to nuclear-powered submarines took place like "a bolt from the blue."

This is not the way to treat the French partner, friend and ally, said Rudd, who is now president and CEO of non-profit organization Asia Society.

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