President of Turkmenistan attends the ceremonies of opening of new facilities in the Turkmen capital
The President of Turkmenistan attended the ceremonies of opening of the new administrative buildings of a number of the Ministry of the Railway Transport, the ministries of the economic complex, the Ministry of Justice, the State Customs Service, the industrial complex, the Ministry of Motor Transport as well as the Yyldyz Hotel built in the southern part of the Turkmen capital along the Archabil Avenue.
The ceremony participants, including the cabinet ministers, Chairperson and deputies of the National Parliament, heads of ministries and departments greeted the Turkmen leader. The President headed to the new building of the Ministry of Railway Transport, cut the symbolic ribbon and entered the building.
Then the Turkmen leader headed to the complex of buildings of the ministries in charge for the economic block. The complex includes the administrative buildings of the Ministry of Economy and Development, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the people of Turkmenistan.
Under the storm of applause of those present at the ceremony, the Turkmen leader cut the symbolic ribbon and entered to the complex.
Each of the buildings of the Ministry of Economy and Development of Turkmenistan and the Ministry of Finance of Turkmenistan is designed for over 200 specialists.
Writing an entry to the Book of Guests of Honour, the President headed to the new building of the Ministry of Justice. The Turkmen leader cut the symbolic ribbon and entered the right wing of the building to get acquainted with the electronic database.
Then the Turkmen leader visited the Central Archive of Vital Records under the Ministry of Justice. Writing an entry to the Book of Guests of Honour, the Turkmen leader wished the specialists of the Ministry of Justice successful work and left the venue.
During the ceremony of opening of the State Customs Service, the President of Turkmenistan cut the symbolic ribbon and entered the building.
Congratulating the heads and specialists of the Customs Service on opening of the new wonderful building, the Turkmen leader wished them every success in their responsible and important work. President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov wrote an entry to the Book of Guests of Honour and left the venue.
The artistic groups greeted the Turkmen leader with their performances arranged on the square in front of the building of the Industrial complex. The high-rise tower hosts the Ministry of Industry, the Turkmenchimiya State Concern and the State Committee for Fisheries of Turkmenistan. Cutting the symbolic ribbon, the President of Turkmenistan entered the 14-storey building occupying the 16,000-square metre territory.
Then the Turkmen leader headed to the 15-storey building of the Ministry of Motor Transport of Turkmenistan. All necessary conditions are created in the bustling for the specialists of the Ministry and its structural subdivisions including the Turkmeninspekciya State Enterprise and the Turkmenautohyzmat Production Association. The President of Turkmenistan considered the building and wished the specialists of the industry every success in their work. Writing an entry to the Book of Guests of Honour, the Turkmen leader left the venue.
In the new administrative building of the Ministry of Motor Transport, the Turkmen leader received the heads of the Renaissance Turkish construction company. During the meeting the sides discussed the outcomes and results of implementation of the joint projects as well as the prospects for further development of cooperation.
Bidding farewell to this present, the President headed to the Yyldyz five-star Hotel along the new 2,743-metre highway under construction by the Vozrozhdenie Russian Group of Companies.
Under the storm of applause of the ceremony participants, the President of Turkmenistan cut the symbolic ribbon and entered the building of the new luxury hotel built in the form of a giant spacecraft.
The five-star Yyldyz Hotel is a modern unique complex built and equipped by the Bouygues French construction company at the request of the Office of the President of Turkmenistan. The 24-storey hotel is designed for 155 rooms, including Presidential suites and luxury suites.
The President wrote an angry to the Book of Guests of Honour in memory of the removable event.