Governor Alexander Beglov and a delegation of St. Petersburg are visiting Turkmenistan.
Alexander Beglov, Governor St. Petersburg, and Rashid Meredov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, have signed a road map for cooperation between St. Petersburg and Turkmenistan until 2025. The road map provides for cooperation in trade and economy development, science and research, and culture, the St. Petersburg Government press office told Channel Saint-Petersburg.
It is planned to promote agricultural, chemical, petrochemical products and other goods made in Turkmenistan in St. Petersburg, while St. Petersburg’s agricultural machines manufacturers will be able to test their products in Turkmenistan.
The parties also intend to develop direct link between educational institutions and promote mutual R&D projects.
According to Alexander Beglov, St. Petersburg’s companies are prepared to take part in developing the international North-South transport corridor and building mud dams in Ashgabat as well as to build vessels for the Caspian and renovate power stations in Turkmenistan. Also, St. Petersburg’s pharma producers can supply their drugs to Turkmenistan.
During the visit, Alexander Beglov met with Gurbanguly Berdimukhamedov, President of Turkmenistan, and with Siege of Leningrad survivors living in Ashgabat.
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