Ambassador delivered lecture to students of IIR MFA of Turkmenistan
On June 7, 2021, Mr. D. Muratov, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Turkmenistan to Georgia, delivered an online lecture to students of the Institute of International Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan.
In the course of the lecture, Ambassador D. Muratov noted that two remarkable holidays – 30th anniversary of Turkmenistan’s independence and 140th anniversary of its capital Ashgabat, which are observed this year, are united by close connection. Turkmenistan meets its anniversary as a modern, competitive state, successfully implementing large-scale programs and socio-economic, scientific, educational, socio-political reforms under the wise leadership of the President of Turkmenistan, aimed at ensuring the country's prosperity, in the name of the happiness and well-being of the people. Ashgabat, which visually embodies the scale and dynamics of changes, is by right a bright symbol of steadfast movement of our state along the way of rapid social and economic development, innovative growth, and introduction of advanced world practice to all spheres of activity.
Touching upon the topic of Turkmen-Georgian relations, the Ambassador highlighted the role of transport and transit corridors noting their global character and prospects for the development of economic partnership, production and energy cooperation, trade, investment.
During the lecture, it was also noted that at the initiative of the President of Turkmenistan, 2021 was declared by the UN as the International Year of Peace and Trust, and also highlighted the role of the policy of positive neutrality in ensuring peace, security and sustainable development.
At the end of the lecture, the Ambassador answered the students' questions and wished them success in their studies.