Steadily following the course of the policy of "open doors" and broad international cooperation initiated by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, independent Turkmenistan plays more and more active role in the solution of topical issues of regional and global development. The meetings, negotiations, forums in bilateral and multilateral formats, which took place in August, serve as confirmation for it.
Turkmenistan considers the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly as an important stage in the consistent consolidation of international efforts to address key issues on the global agenda, the approval of the central and coordinating role of the United Nations in preserving and strengthening universal peace, stability and security, and the full implementation of the declared Sustainable Development Goals.
One of the priorities of the state policy pursued by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov is an intensive development of agro-industrial complex, which is directly is connected with maintenance of food abundance, expansion of export possibilities of national economy in the country. In this sphere the large scale transformations directed to increase of efficiency of agriculture, increase in the volume of output of various agricultural products is successfully carried out.
At the extended meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers which took place on July 9 and devoted to results of development of branches in the first half of the year, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov designated the actual tasks which national culture faces, having underlined that their solution should correspond to requirements of the time.
Numerous working meetings, political consultations, business negotiations and the forums organised both in our country and abroad in July, this year have become a visual evidence of the steady growth of the authority of Turkmenistan on the world arena.
One of the priority directions of the constructive foreign policy of independent neutral Turkmenistan initiated and consistently realised by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov is strengthening and expansion of fruitful cooperation with neighbouring countries in the region with peoples of which Turkmen people share common cultural and spiritual values, historically developed bonds of friendship and mutual support.
The sites of large forums of the humanitarian direction, held in Turkmenistan at the initiative of President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, are considered as key mechanisms for enhancing international cooperation, exchange of experience, in-depth study and widespread popularization of the national heritage and modern achievements of the Motherland in the world. This work has acquired particular importance this year in the context of the motto "Turkmenistan is the Motherland of Peace and Trust".
The recent International exhibition of national products of the countries of Central Asia became a bright evidence of success of the policy pursed by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov "open doors» and wide international cooperation, aimed at sustainable development of mutually beneficial partnership, including expansion of foreign economic and foreign trade relations.
In the present period gender equality plays a key role in maintenance of stability and consent in society, realisation of huge potential of human on the basis of sustainable development. In the given context issues of creation of the equal rights and possibilities for women act among priorities of national politicians of the countries of the world, including Central Asian ones.
One of the important events, which took place on August 6 in Avaza national tourist zone and dated for the Consultative meeting of heads of the states of Central Asia, held under the chairmanship of President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, was the Economic forum of the countries of the region. As it was already informed, members of governments, heads of ministries and branch departments, representatives of financial organisations, private business, other corresponding structures, and also mass media of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kirghiz Republic, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan took part in it.