Turkmenistan within the framework of the UN promotes issues aimed at strengthening multilateralism in interstate relations and the world economy. Trend, referring to the words of the UN Resident Coordinator in Turkmenistan Dmitry Shlapachenko, reports the following.
“Cooperation between Turkmenistan and the UN in recent years has grown into a strategic partnership, within which Turkmenistan makes a significant contribution to ensuring peace, security and sustainable development”, Shlapachenko said.
According to him, Turkmenistan voices its priority positions at the sessions of the UN General Assembly and promotes issues aimed at strengthening multilateralism in interstate relations and the world economy.
D. Shlapachenko noted:
“Turkmenistan has been actively cooperating with UN agencies operating in the country since 1993. The very first to open their offices in the country were UNICEF, UNFPA and WHO. Many others followed. Today, 19 UN agencies are part of the UN Country Team implementing the new Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2021-2025.
The UN Resident Coordinator added that the Framework is being implemented in 3 strategic areas: people-centered governance and the rule of law; inclusive, green and sustainable economic growth; quality, inclusive and affordable healthcare, education and social protection.