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Women’s health in Turkmenistan: ‘Silence strips us of agency. This must change’

The Observer 31 Jan 2023
Turkmenistan has two faces ... This leads to women and girls in Turkmenistan having poor health outcomes ... The restrictive law on abortion in Turkmenistan undermines the rights, dignity and health of half the population, denying them access to essential reproductive healthcare ... Killed by abortion laws ... The abortion law further entrenches health inequality.

Newburyport woman to speak about Afghanistan

Newburyport Daily News 11 Jan 2023
NEWBURYPORT — Local resident Susan Carnduff, who lived and worked in Afghanistan, will speak about the country’s culture Jan ... She also lived and worked in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan for 2½ years. Carnduff is a graduate of Suffolk Law School and the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied government and international relations ... .

China, Turkmenistan elevate bilateral ties to 'comprehensive strategic partnership'

Anadolu Agency 06 Jan 2023
China and Turkmenistan have decided to elevate their bilateral relationship to a “comprehensive strategic partnership.”  ... China and Turkmenistan “should deepen cooperation on law enforcement, security and bio-security, and jointly crack down on the three forces of terrorism, separatism and extremism,” he added. .

Govt weighs options to recover Rs447bn GIDC

Dawn 27 Dec 2022
ISLAMABAD ... The sources said the government could also lose powers to collect GIDC and the GIDC law would stand annulled in case of failure of the government to carry out development projects like pipelines from Turkmenistan, Iran, or from Karachi to Lahore subject to the conducive international and political environment ... After ... .

Govt weighs options to recover Rs447bn Gas Infrastructure Development Cess

Dawn 27 Dec 2022
ISLAMABAD ... The sources said the government could also lose powers to collect GIDC and the GIDC law would stand annulled in case of failure of the government to carry out development projects like pipelines from Turkmenistan, Iran, or from Karachi to Lahore subject to the conducive international and political environment ... .

Japan, 5 Central Asian states affirm importance of rules-based order

Kyodo 24 Dec 2022
Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and his counterparts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, also confirmed they remain committed to the principles of international law such as a prohibition on the threat or use of force, according to a joint statement issued after their meeting in Tokyo.

The New Administrative Center Of The Ahal Region Received The Status Of A City And ...

Urdu Point 23 Dec 2022
This decision was made taking into account the wishes of the residents of the Ahal region and citizens of the country, the petitions of public associations and the submission of the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan, in accordance with the Law of Turkmenistan “On the ...

Iran: Imposing sanctions on supply of medicine, terrorist measure against patients

Press TV 11 Dec 2022
Reza Najafi, the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s deputy for legal and international affairs, made the remark in a Saturday speech while addressing the High-level Meeting of the group of Friends of Neutrality for Peace, Security and Sustainable Development, which was hosted by Turkmenistan.

In the Shadow of Russia: Jehovah’s Witnesses and Central Asia

Bitter Winter English 07 Dec 2022
Follow Tajikistan, approaching 10 million, and Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan, with 6.5 million each ... Currently, there are some 17,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses in Kazakhstan and 5,000 in Kyrgyzstan, with smaller communities present in Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

Kazakh Parliament Ratifies Agreement With Turkmenistan on Delimitation of Border

Urdu Point 20 Oct 2022
Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan signed an agreement on October 25, 2021, during the state visit of Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to the Turkmen capital of Ashgabat ... The adopted law is sent to the president for signature. The total length of the border between Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan is 458 kilometers (284.5 miles).
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Vladimir Putin and President of Turkmenistan Serdar Berdimuhamedov, who is paying an official visit to Russia, held talks in the Kremlin

Turkmenistan is open for business

Asiatimes 18 Oct 2022
... implementing the national interests of Turkmenistan by all means existing in international diplomacy.Ensuring security of Turkmenistan by political and diplomatic means.Ensuring full compliance of Turkmenistan’s foreign policy actions with international law and the UN Charter.

Proposals And Initiatives Of The President Of Turkmenistan At �The Central Asia-russia� Summit

Urdu Point 18 Oct 2022
The head of Turkmenistan noted that today's meeting marks the continuation of close multifaceted cooperation between the countries of Central Asia and Russia on the main points of the world and regional agenda ... In recent years, Turkmenistan has initiated a number of major infrastructure projects with Afghan participation.

Biden Nominates Lynne Tracy to Be New Russian Ambassador

NBC Bay Area 21 Sep 2022
President Joe Biden announced he would nominate Lynne Tracy to serve as U.S. ambassador to Russia.Tracy is currently the U.S. ambassador to Armenia.She served as the second-highest official at the U.S ... ambassador to Russia ... diplomatic outposts including Turkmenistan, Pakistan and Kazakhstan. Tracy majored in Soviet Studies and holds a law degree ... .

US Commits a Perfect Murder in Kabul. “The Reliability of Biden’s Version”

GlobalResearch 14 Aug 2022
Afghanistan shares its borders with only six countries — Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, China and Pakistan. It is a safe bet that Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and China wouldn’t have got involved in such a murderous act by the Americans in violation of international law and UN Charter.

Bishop accused in lawsuit of abusing child decades ago

San Francisco Chronicle 02 Aug 2022
The plaintiff, identified in court documents as John Doe No ... Russell, who was ordained in 1987, went on to become priest-secretary for the late Boston Cardinal Bernard Law, joined the Vatican’s diplomatic service where he served as the church’s top ambassador to Turkey, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan, and was named auxiliary bishop in Detroit in May ... .

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