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Turkmen President: Internet Should Be Accessible to Every Citizen
Source: trend.az
Source Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Focus: Citizen Engagement, Internet Governance
Country: Turkmenistan
Created: Sep 19, 2010

"We are doing everything to ensure that each Turkmen citizen can use the Internet and other modern technology in communications, we attach great importance to the development of telecommunications" President Gurbanulu Berdimuhammedov said.

The Turkmen leader addressed to the participants of the two-day international exhibition-conference "Turkmentel-2010" opened in Ashgabat on Wednesday.

The exhibition was organized by the Turkmen Ministry of Communication, Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Academy of Sciences and attended by about 80 companies from 20 countries, including UK, Russia, Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, United States, Cyprus, UAE, Austria, China, Georgia, Lithuania, Iran, etc.

The exhibition comprises sections: telecommunications, information technology, telemetry and instrumentation, wireless communications, equipment, professional audio and video recording, broadcasting equipment, cables and connection accessories, operators to provide various telecommunications services, transportation, special machinery and equipment, logistics.

Communication and telecommunication is one of the most promising and dynamic sectors of the economy of Turkmenistan.
The Turkmen Communication Ministry has established strong partnerships with well-known companies operating in the global market of telecommunications, broadcasting, audio and video, such as Sony, JVC, Siemens-Nokia, Shell & Wilcox, Tandberg, Rhode & Schwarz, NEC, "Eurasia Trans Limited, with Russia's "Prima Telecom. Modernization of communication systems in the country continues, and it opens a wide field for new investment projects.
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