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The President of Turkmenistan made a helicopter overflight of new buildings in Ashgabat

The President of Turkmenistan made a helicopter overflight of new buildings in Ashgabat

Today, the President of Turkmenistan Serdar Berdimuhamedov made an overflight around Ashgabat, familiarizing himself from the helicopter board with the complex works conducted on new buildings, the news program “Watan” of the Turkmen television reported.

The presidential helicopter at first took a route to the Medical – Advisory Centre named after S.Niyazov, then headed to the direction of modern medical centres, located on the south of Ashgabat. Here President Serdar Berdimuhamedov got acquainted with the territory surrounding the International Center of Neurology and the International Center of Endocrinology and Surgery, proposed for the construction of the International Center of Pediatrics for 160 places, which will replenish the capital's healthcare infrastructure.

The helicopter of the head of state flew over the Mahtumkuli Fragi Cultural and Park Complex, located in one of the picturesque places of the southern part of Ashgabat. From the height of the flight, the President of Turkmenistan watched the large-scale construction works unfolding here, the improvement of the foothills and the uniqueness of the forest zones created in this corner.

Continuing the overflight, the Head of State got familiarized with the reconstruction of the territory of the Palace of Orphans and radical modernization of the buildings of a unique children's town being conducted at the instructions of the President of Turkmenistan.

Then Serdar Berdimuhamedov viewed the construction site of the Academy of State Service under the President of Turkmenistan, erected in the center of the capital. Special attention during the construction of this institution, where specialists for the system of state management will be prepared, is paid to the creation of optimal conditions for study and introduction of advanced technologies.

From the height of the flight, the President of Turkmenistan also observed the ongoing work on the construction of an International Health and Rehabilitation Center for 400 places, which will replenish the capital's complex of healthcare facilities.

The helicopter of the head of state made a U-turn over the “Tashkent” recreation park created in the capital, being a vivid symbol of fraternal Turkmen – Uzbek relations, their placing to the whole new level. In this complex, which will be a wonderfull present for the residents and guests of Ashgabat, great significance is given to the provision of necessary conditions for comfortable recreation and cultural leisure of people.

President Serdar Berdimuhamedov also viewed the complex of buildings in the north part of Ashgabat, where carries on the construction of a large shopping centre in a fast-moving pace not far from “Karakum” Hotel. It is also planned to create the entertainment complex for children.

The Turkmen leader's helicopter flew over a shopping center under construction on the capital's Mahtumkuli Avenue.

Then the presidential helicopter proceeded to the southern part of the capital. From the height of the flight, the head of Turkmenistan got acquainted with the works carried out here, the condition of parks and green spaces, as well as the improvement of the territories adjacent to the objects.

Continuing the overflight, Serdar Berdimuhamedov drew attention to the pace of work, executed at the large residential are “Parahat”. Here the construction of facilities for various purposes including residential complexes with all conveniences, carries on in an intensive pace.

Then the helicopter of the head of state headeв for the west of Ashgabat. From a height of flight, President Serdar Berdimuhamedov surveyed facilities for various purposes, residential complexes built on the territory of the Buzmein etrap.

Comfortable residential complexes have already risen in the western part of Ashgabat, in particular, Gurtli and Keshi, where much attention is paid to the construction of related social facilities.

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