Communiqué: Ashgabat and Minsk combat transnational organized crime
Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, Jan. 26 / Trend H.Hasanov /
Turkmenistan and Belarus recognized the need to further build partnerships in the fight against terrorism, human trafficking, drugs and psychotropic substance trafficking and transnational organized crime.
This is stated in the joint communiqué, issued after Turkmen President Gurbangulu Berdimuhammedov's official visit to Belarus Jan.25-26.
The document was signed by the presidents of Turkmenistan and Belarus.
The paper also noted that the countries are willing to cooperate with the U.N., including the areas of interaction in the energy efficiency of national economies, development of energy conservation technologies and the expansion of new and renewable sources of energy.
The presidents recognized the need for new joint ventures for the production of construction and finishing materials, processing of agricultural and food products, as well as the development of productive cooperation in the energy sector.
The parties confirmed their interest for a further increase textile and mechanical engineering supplies.
The agreement on trade and economic cooperation in the field of supplies of Belarusian agricultural, automotive vehicles and urban transport provides a solid foundation for the intensive development of trade relations in the long-term.
The sides recognized the need for extensive use of modern forms of trade and economic cooperation to establish and develop mutual trade and service network businesses.
The construction of a mining and processing complex for the production of potassium fertilizers is a joint project, which provides a strong platform for long-term strategic partnership between Turkmenistan and Belarus.
Turkmenistan and Belarusian leaders assessed positively the signing of the Framework Agreement, which encapsulates the exploration and development of Karabilsk potassium salt deposits.