On October 19, 2018 the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Turkmenistan in the Republic of Belarus Nazarkuly Shakuliyev visited the Belarusian State Medical University in order to meet with Turkmen students. The meeting was attended by Vice-Rector for International Relations Vasili V. Roudenok, Vice-Rector for Academic and Educational Work Pavel V. Markautsan, Dean of the Medical Faculty for Foreign Students Oleg S. Ishutin, Dean of the Faculty of Career Guidance and pre-University Training Aram R. Avetisov.
The reason for the meeting was the signing by the President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov the Resolution dated 25.09.2018 “On further improvement of reforms in the agricultural sector”.
The Ambassador introduced the main provisions of the Resolution and noted that the President of Turkmenistan expressed his sincere gratitude to citizens of Turkmenistan for supporting domestic and foreign policy. Nazarkuly Shakuliyev also reported that the Year 2018 in Turkmenistan is held under the motto “Turkmenistan - the heart of the Great Silk Road”. Within this context some events have been planned and some have already being held, for example, International Rally Amul-Hazar in which a crew from Belarus took part and won a prize.
During the meeting the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Turkmenistan Nazarkuly Shakuliyev also placed an emphasis on issues concerning studying of Turkmen students at the Belarusian State Medical University.
At the end of the meeting the Ambassador appealed to the students to be prudent, observe the laws of Belarus and remember that they represent Turkmenistan, its people and its culture.
Such meetings with Turkmen students are becoming traditional. The administration of the Belarusian State Medical University expresses its sincere gratitude to Mr. Ambassador Nazarkuly Shakuliyev for active participation in the educational process.
Authors: Associate Professor of the Department of Belarusian and Russian languages T.V. Kitaeva,
Lecturer of the Department of Belarusian and Russian languages I.A. Stashevich
Translation: Varvara Boika