Prime Minister of Belarus: Minsk highly appreciates friendly relations with Turkmenistan

Belarus highly appreciates friendly relations with Turkmenistan. This was stated by Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko during a meeting with Turkmenistan President Serdar Berdimuhamedov in Ashgabat.

“From the moment of independence, the interaction of Belarus and Turkmenistan has been built on the principles of mutual respect and partnership. This, in particular, was facilitated by many years of warm and trusting relations between the leaders of the two states,” the press service of the Belarusian government quoted Golovchenko.

The head of the Belarusian Cabinet of Ministers emphasized that countries effectively cooperate and support each other as part of international organizations.

In the post -Pandemic period, interaction in the humanitarian sphere, primarily in education, sports and culture, is gradually restored, he said.

Roman Golovchenko thanked the leadership of Turkmenistan for trust in the training of Turkmen students in Belarus and expressed an interest in restoring the practice of training in Belarus specialists in demand in the economy of Turkmenistan, on a well,

The head of government also emphasized that Belarus and Turkmenistan have a number of areas, which is effective in which is mutual interest. “These are primarily agricultural, industrial, construction and transport spheres. The Belarusian side confirms its interest in the dynamic development of relations with Turkmenistan and is ready to take specific practical steps to search for mutually acceptable decisions and denouements of any issues that impede the continuation of the further development of mutually beneficial cooperation,” the Belarusian said Belarusian Premier.

Golovlenko noted that Belarus is configured for a constructive dialogue and is ready to deepen cooperation in the interests of the two countries and their peoples.

Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko will take part in a meeting of the Council of the Heads of Government of the CIS in Ashgabat.