Turkmenistan approves anti-crisis program for 2022

Turkmenistan Materials 6 December 2021 20:02 (UTC +04:00)
Turkmenistan approves anti-crisis program for 2022

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 6


President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov approved the program on reduction of the impact of the crisis in the world economy on the Turkmen economy and the stable development of the national economy for 2022, Trend reports on Dec. 6 referring to the Turkmen media.

The draft resolution on the approval of this program has been recently presented at an expanded meeting of the government by Deputy Prime Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Serdar Berdimuhamedov, who oversees the financial and banking sector of the economy in the government.

Serdar Berdimuhamedov stressed that the anti-crisis program includes the tasks of maintaining the multilateral and sustainable growth of the national economy, increasing the efficiency of using production capacity, developing the transport and logistics system and wide introducing digital technologies and best practices.

“The program also envisages the measures to render state support to small and medium-sized businesses, actively attract foreign investments, strengthen social security of the population and improve the social and living conditions of people,” the deputy prime minister said.

The main ministries and structures, regional administrations and other state agencies will be involved in the implementation of the program.

Having signed the submitted resolution President Berdimuhamedov instructed the deputy prime minister and heads of the corresponding structures to control the timely and accurate implementation of the tasks outlined in the anti-crisis program.

The president also signed a resolution, according to which the Central Bank and authorized credit organizations are allowed to postpone the deadline for loans which will not be returned till January 1, 2022, by the ministries and corresponding structures until January 1, 2023.