The non-aligned movement supported Turkmenistan's initiatives to implement large-scale infrastructure projects in the field of transport and energy

The participants of the Ministerial conference of the non-aligned Movement, which concluded recently in Baku, welcomed the continuous progress in the implementation of Turkmenistan's initiatives to implement large-scale infrastructure projects in the transport and energy sectors. This was reported on the website of the foreign Ministry of Turkmenistan.

The Ministerial conference was attended by representatives of 120 States and a number of international organizations that are members of the non-aligned Movement, as well as with observer status in this structure, delegates of countries and organizations invited as special guests, in General, more than 800 people.

The Turkmen delegation, which arrived in Baku on purpose, actively participated in the meeting of senior officials and Ministerial conference of the non-aligned Movement.

At the end of the forum, a Final Declaration was adopted. The" Afghanistan " section of the Declaration reflected Turkmenistan's initiatives to implement large-scale infrastructure projects in the transport and energy sectors. In particular, the Ministerial conference of the non-aligned Movement welcomed the continued progress in the implementation of these initiatives, including the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, the Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Turkey lapis-Lazuli transport and transit project, the trade and transport route, and the Turkmenistan-Akina (Afghanistan) railway segment.

The non-aligned Movement, which plays an important role in ensuring international peace and security, has 120 members. 17 States and 10 international organizations have observer status with the non-aligned Movement.

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