Turkmen Delegation Engages in 57th Annual Meeting of ADB in Tbilisi

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Tbilisi, The Gulf Observer: The Turkmen delegation, led by the distinguished Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Turkmenistan, Mr. M. Orazdurdyev, is actively participating in the prestigious 57th Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Under the theme “Bridge to the Future,” this landmark forum convenes for the first time in Tbilisi, Georgia, from May 2 to May 5, 2024, drawing together a diverse array of stakeholders from across the Asia-Pacific region.

With approximately 4,000 delegates representing 68 member countries of the ADB, including esteemed personalities such as ADB President Masatsuga Asakawa, finance ministers, central bank governors, senior government officials, private sector representatives, academia, and media professionals, the event serves as a critical platform for dialogue, collaboration, and knowledge exchange.

Participants at the meeting are engaging in robust discussions on key development imperatives confronting the Asia-Pacific region, ranging from climate change and artificial intelligence to green globalization, economic dynamics, regional cooperation, and beyond. Of particular significance is the emphasis placed on enhancing trade, economic, and investment cooperation between Turkmenistan and Georgia, reflecting a shared commitment to fostering mutually beneficial partnerships and leveraging emerging opportunities for sustainable growth and prosperity.

The Turkmen delegation is actively contributing to the discourse through its insightful perspectives and proactive engagement, further solidifying Turkmenistan’s position as a key player in the regional development landscape.

The first quarter of 2024 witnessed a notable upsurge in trade turnover between Turkmenistan and Georgia, underscoring the momentum behind efforts to deepen bilateral economic ties and capitalize on the untapped potential for mutually beneficial collaboration.

Against the backdrop of the ADB Annual Meeting, a series of events, seminars, and presentations are being held, providing a conducive environment for stakeholders to exchange ideas, explore innovative solutions, and forge strategic partnerships that will shape the future trajectory of development in the Asia-Pacific region.

As the deliberations continue, the Turkmen delegation remains steadfast in its commitment to advancing the shared objectives of prosperity, sustainability, and inclusivity, reaffirming Turkmenistan’s unwavering dedication to regional cooperation and integration.

The 57th Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank in Tbilisi serves as a testament to the collective resolve of nations to navigate the complex challenges and seize the myriad opportunities that lie ahead, as they endeavor to build a brighter, more resilient future for all.