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Turkmenistan and Georgia Pledge Enhanced Cooperation in Science, Education, and Youth Policy

Ashgabat, June 04, 2024, The Europe Today: A significant meeting convened on June 4, fostering discussions between Dovletmyrat Seitmammedov, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Turkmenistan to Georgia, and Georgiy Amilakhvari, the Minister of Education, Science, and Youth of Georgia. The dialogue centered on augmenting collaborative efforts in science, education, and youth policy between the two nations.

Deliberations encompassed a diverse array of topics, ranging from the current status to the future prospects of bilateral cooperation in these pivotal spheres. Notably, both parties underscored the importance of fostering joint projects and initiatives, aimed at fostering academic and cultural exchanges between Turkmenistan and Georgia.

A focal point of the discussion was the active involvement of schoolchildren and students from both countries in international forums, including olympiads, conferences, and seminars hosted in Turkmenistan and Georgia. The emphasis on such engagements signifies a commitment to nurturing academic excellence and fostering cross-cultural understanding among the youth.

Furthermore, deliberations touched upon the imminent signing of cooperation agreements between higher educational institutions in Turkmenistan and Georgia, signaling a tangible commitment to institutional collaboration in academia.

Minister Amilakhvari reiterated the significance of the scientific and educational domain as a cornerstone of bilateral relations, emphasizing its role in fostering enduring friendship and mutual understanding between the peoples of Turkmenistan and Georgia.

Both parties expressed unwavering confidence in the continued advancement of cooperation in science, education, and youth policy, underscoring its potential to yield mutual benefits for the citizens of both nations. The commitment to furthering this collaboration stands as a testament to the enduring partnership between Turkmenistan and Georgia, poised to facilitate socio-cultural enrichment and academic excellence in the region.