Turkmenistan (Turkmen:Türkmenistan) is a state-owned Turkmeniantelevision channel founded in 2004. As with other channels of Turkmenistan, it is under the control of the Coordinating Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan. The channel was created in order to avail the international community with the achievements of Turkmenistan in the country's historical transformations in all spheres of public life, as well as to further improve the country's information systems. Altyn Asyr has positioned itself as the main TV channel of Turkmenistan. Television is broadcast in seven different languages including Turkmen, Russian, English, French, Chinese, Arabic and Persian. The headquarters is located in Ashgabat.
The channel doesn't air Watan Habarlary, unlike the other Turkmen channels.
SayedMohammadKarim Hashimi, head of the union, said that in order to solve the challenges of oil and gas in the coming winter, they are trying to import oil and gas from the countries of Turkmenistan, Russia, and Iran. “Every law and every standard and everything that comes into ...
Turkmenistan has asked Pakistan to include its investment in the TAPI gas pipeline project under a law that was passed to protect foreign investment in the Reko Diq project, a senior official at the energy ministry told The News on Friday ... The Galkynysh gas field is located in the eastern region of Turkmenistan.
Turkmenistan celebrated its 32nd anniversary of independence on Wednesday, with events held across the country ... 27, 1991, a law about independence and the bases of the state system of Turkmenistan was adopted, designating this date as Turkmenistan's Independence Day ... 9, 2017, Turkmenistan made amendments to its constitution, setting Sept.
These include a harsh government crackdown on Kazakh political protesters in 2022, current moves toward more repressive laws by Kyrgyz authorities, and the general pall over human rights and free expression in Turkmenistan — a nation so isolated, repressive and so deeply steeped ...
We suspect that many representatives of the Sakha people of Yakutia, for example, would be aghast at the prospect that one day they might be liberated from Russia’s authoritarian regime only to find themselves citizens of a new country styled after “democratic, law-based, secular” Turkmenistan.
Turkmenistan, being an active participant in international energy cooperation, pays great attention to the development of cooperation in the oil and gas sector with various states based on the principles of equal and mutually beneficial partnership, the State NewsAgency of Turkmenistan (TDH) reports.
The CEC, in a meeting with election observers from China, Russia and Turkmenistan, stated the election was conducted in “accordance with the law and democratic principles.” Representatives from both China and Russia praised the CEC for organizing the election in a short time period ...Despite this, he was still permitted to run ... ....
No fewer than six of the laws relate to decisions allowing the placing of carnations on the EU market and in particular in the Netherlands... EU agreements with the Republic of Congo on forest law enforcement, and outdated trade treaties with Canada, Cuba and Turkmenistan are among the forest of documents slated for annihilation.
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.