A delegation from Turkmenistan took part in the VII Baltic-Black Sea Forum held in Kherson, Ukraine. The event gathers a wide range of representatives of authorities, business, science, public and diplomats from Europe and Asia to initiate mutually beneficial projects.
Head of Kherson regional state administration Yuriy Gusev after greeting participants of negotiations noted that this meeting, held on a regular basis, opens a number of ways of fruitful cooperation of the Baltic-Black Sea basin states and partners. Organizers of the forum expect proposals from the delegations on deepening of mutually beneficial cooperation. Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Great Britain, Jordan, Iran and India were represented at the forum in 2020.
One of the key lines of discussion was the strengthening of close cooperation of participating countries in the COVID-19 pandemic.
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